A presenter holds a trophy from the 2014 Vancouver Island Music Awards.

Music awards seeks entries

Vancouver Island Music Awards calls for 2015 artists’ submissions

Producers of the annual Vancouver Island Music Awards are calling for music submissions from Island and west coast musicians for the 2015 awards.

The regional music awards show, now produced by Bryce Jackson, is accepting music from all genres and ages. The deadline to submit is Jan. 7, 2016, and the 12th annual gala will be held in March.

The host city has yet to be determined; Victoria and Courtenay are said to be in the running, said James Kasper, founder of VIMA.

For submission info visit thevimas.com or email Bryce Jackson at vima@worldforte.com.

— Submitted by James Kasper

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