7 October 2019 - 1 February 2020
Welcome to the 2020 AfriMusic Song Contest
The AfriMusic Song Contest is the first and biggest music competition platform of its kind in Africa, currently in it's third successful year, seeing winners such as singer songwriter Symphony, representing eSwatini, winning the 2018 instalment, with her song Sengikhona and singer songwriter Nonzwakazki representing South Africa, winning the 2019 contest with her song Phakama Mbokodo.
Both artists were awarded with an opportunity to represent their artistry and their country, with an all expenses paid international performance abroad, as part of the EuroVision Song Contest.
Entries for the 2020 AfriMusic Song Contest are open from the 7th of October 2019 and will close on the 1st of February 2020
The winner will be awarded with an all expenses paid trip*, to the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, where the 2020 EuroVision Song Contest will be held during the 12th to the 16th May 2020.
ALL ENTRIES are to be submitted online and all entry material emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrants must please read the contest rules carefully and prior to submitting their entry.
Order of Contest:
National Selections - 20th of February 2020 to 20th of March 2020
Finals - 10th of April 2020 to 25th of April 2020
2020 Winner Announcement - 27th April 2020
Should you have any queries or require additional information on the entry process, please email email@example.com
*terms and conditions apply
In May 2018, Symphony performed in Lisbon Portugal to a crowd of over 20,000 EuroVision fans from across the globe and the main EuroVision show was broadcasted to a live TV audience of over 186 million viewers around the world. In May 2019, Nonzwakazi performed in Tel Aviv Israel to an astounding crowd of over 100,000 EuroVision fans from across the world at the EuroVision Village. The main EuroVision show broadcasted to a live TV audience of 184 million viewers during 2019.
Entries opened to all 54 countries across the African continent and obtained over 6.2million public votes from around the world in it's two years.
The AfriMusic Song Contest was created with the idea of cementing songwriting in the music industry, to grow and recognise the African genius behind the hits.