Here are the videos for Australia – Vote for your favourite!
Entries (song, dance, routine, whatever) can come from any individual or group representing the eligible countries and must be original works. While we don’t intend to censor performances, we reserve the right to exclude any song for any reason.
Entries must be sent in via the internet in an acceptable viewable format and will be voted upon by the jury and the public, using a points system for content, musical, performance and entertainment value.
The composer / writer doesn’t necessarily have to be a native of the country entering the piece, but in the spirit of the competition, the performers should live in the country and PSC can reject the song if we believe it is in questionable taste or doesn’t live up to our culture.
Entrants (Song writers and Performers) must be over 16 years of age, unless special arrangements are made and any performer under the age of 18 must have approval of their Parents or Guardians to Enter and to allow their material or image to be published on any of our websites.
Any copyright or ownership legalities will be deemed to be under the jurisdiction of the entering country.
While entries aren’t limited to only song-based content, the performance judging criteria will put more weight on the music content if it has words and will more heavily mark just a pure music / dance / performance routine.
The entries will need to be sent to us as a 16:9 video via YouTube (watch our Facebook Site for news on when to enter). The resolution isn’t critical for the initial judging, however be aware, that should the performance be chosen for the country final, the Entrant will need to have the resources to send us an HD file. It is anticipated that any finals performances will have some assistance from local Television sponsors to film the finals version.
You will need to give us a few details about yourself when you enter and you have to agree that we have non-exclusive rights to any music and lyrics, content, performance and anything else contained in the performance to use and promote as we see fit. If we can help you with industry contracts after the event, then we will, and you can make other non-exclusive commercial agreements with the material, provided that our non-exclusive rights are included in those agreements.
January – Call for Juries
April to November – Entries and country pre-judging, if required
May to August – Confirmation of Juries
October – Preliminary judging to final 60 songs (53 country songs, plus up to 7 “Judges Special Mention” choices
October 21, 22 – Lukaotem Gud Santo Festival – Vanuatu
November – Preliminary Finals – as required
November 19 – Grand Final
November 20 – Voting Results
We’re pleased to announce the opening of entries for the 2017 Pacific Song Competition.
Remember: Our Grand Final is on the 18th November 2017 and Public voting is for 21 hours after that. Entries will close on the 11th November 2016.
To help here is some information:
Logging onto the facebook page, will give you this image, you need to press on the “Enter Your Song Here” button. Before you do this though, you have to Like the facebook page.
All you need to do is fill in your name, email address, song title and other Biographical information you want to send us, then press the SELECT FILE button to select the song on your computer and press SEND IT to upload the file to us.
We wish you all the best in the competition.
As always, if you have any problems, please email us at email@example.com.
Here are the videos for Chile – Vote for your favourite!
Australia: President Ms Tracey Irving
Colombia: President Mr Nicolas Montano Henao
Nauru: Mr Livingstone Hiram
Singapore: Mr Neil Munas
USA: Mr Paul Chychota
Vanuatu: President Ms Bev Anti
Vietnam: President Ms Dzung Gibson
We’re calling for Juries in each of the 53 countries eligible to enter into the Pacific Song Competition. The list of countries is here – List of eligible Countries.
We need at least three people (with a maximum of eleven) from each country to act as the jury to help us select the best song in the region over the next 6 months.
To be a juror, you need to be more than eighteen years old. For the full details of the Jury eligibility rules – Jury Rules.
It would also help us to select you if you had some musical background or interest, but this isn’t a pre-requisite.
If you’d like to be a juror in your country and assist us with this amazing and worthwhile community project, please send your reasons for wanting to be a juror and your resume or biography to Admin@Pacific.SongCompetition.net
We look forward to having you on board and to listening to many great songs over the next few months.
The Pacific Song Competition management committee will contact you as necessary, once you have applied, and we will need to finalising the juries by the end of October 2017.
We will be calling for song entries from March 2017. Thank you for being a part of the Pacific Song Competition.
The PSC is all about assisting and showcasing young creative performing talent around our region. That region is from New Zealand and Australia in the south-west, up through Asia to Japan and Russia at the north-west, across to Canada and the US in the north-east, down through the Americas to Chile in the south-east. It’s also called the Pacific Rim, otherwise known as the Ring of Fire and is bordered by 53 countries – see the list of Eligible Countries here – and as it’s Fiery name suggests we’re hoping for some really way out, awesome acts to liven up the show.
Hone up your writing, singing or performing skills, we’ll be calling for Judging Jury members shortly and then Entries a little after that – see our 2015 Timeline for dates. We’ll be asking each country’s talent to put in your best song, via YouTube, then each country’s voting jury AND the residents will pick the best song from each country to enter into the finals, ending up with a winner.
The Pacific Song Competition is hosted by Talent Storm Pty Ltd – you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we look forward to seeing all you can do!
More Info – check out the links alongside for the Rules, Voting, Who We Are and other cool stuff!
31st January 2016
Pacific Song Competition – 2015 Third Year Results!
Here are the results of the 2015 Pacific Song Competition:
|11th Place||R U Ready – Bradya – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhLHe-rTM2s|
|Equal 9th Place||Baby just Stay – James Vaele – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu5OYYy-3Ko
I Want to do 100! – Swiss Pig – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghL9149CJCM
|8th Place||Rainy Noon – Splash – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWWzO1lS4zY|
|Equal 6th Place||Burning Bridges – Ali Kharsa – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWkKCoyHBlU
One Planet One World – Deso and the Sandman – www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzZ-tp8RMh8
|5th Place||Never Ending Place – James & Etienne – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfO7wEwlYqQ|
|4th Place||Sapa O’Chau School – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoDz0AHKUso|
|3rd Place||Lampu Aladin – Uwell – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwwqS2lr8rw|
|2nd Place||Forever – Gate 9 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X57ii1Y8HIs|
|1st Place||Mister Ni-Vanuatu – Parallel – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffTCnGodoX8|
For information or contact information for any of these songs or performers, please contact Peter Puchner: email@example.com +61 (0)418 469 004.
About Pacific Song Competition
The Pacific Song Competition is a community inspired grass roots initiative. The competition calls for original songs from songwriters and performers in 53 countries situated around the Pacific Ocean region. Formed in 2012, the competition searches for the most popular song across the region, as voted for by an online Public vote and a Jury in each country.
The search for Juries and Judges in each country begins in February of each year, with the call for Entries in March. The preliminary country judging for songs takes place in early October, with semi finals in early November and the Grand-final competition night held in mid-November each year.
The Pacific Song Competition runs from March to November each year, with this year’s Grand Final on Saturday 19 November 2016.
For more information visit www.pacific.songcompetition.net or our Facebook page
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org