The winners of the competition will earn a slot on one of the main stages for 2023.
Glastonbury has shared details of its Emerging Talent Competition, with UK and Ireland based artists will compete for a slot on one of the main stages at Glastonbury 2023.
Winners of the competition will also earn a £5,000 artist development fund, with two runners up awarded £2,500 for artist development. Entries begin on January 30, lasting for one week until February 6. To enter, artists will need to provide a youtube link to original music, and a link of a video performance – the artists will then be longlisted before eight are selected by Michael and Emily Eavis for the finals in Pilton.
Speaking about the competition, Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis said: “Showcasing new music is a hugely important part of what we do at Glastonbury, and the Emerging Talent Competition has helped us to discover so many incredible artists over the years. It’s amazing to be able to offer this platform to some of the brightest talent out there, and I can’t wait to hear this year’s entries!”
Previous winners include Flohio, Declan Mckenna, and Marie White.
You can find more details about the competition and sign up from January 30 here.