Here are the voting results for the 2015 Pacific Song Competition:
Firstly we’ll hear from our Australian Jury President, Charlie Parker,
And next we’ll hear from our Colombian Jury head, Nicolas Montano,
And then from our Vanuatu Head Judge, Bev Anti,
And finally from our Vietnamese Jury Head, Dzung Gibson,
So now here are the Australian Jury Results and the public vote – 53 votes, added together: And the Colombian Judges’ results – there were no public votes from Colombia: And now the Indonesian Public vote – 47 votes: And now the USA Public vote – 1 vote: And the Vanuatu Jury results together with the Vanuatu Public vote – 1 vote: And the Vietnam Jury results together with the Vietnamese Public vote – 1 vote: So, in the tables above you can see the full Jury and Public voting numbers. Here is the summary page, adding the 6 country votes together to get our final winners:First place – Parallel performing Mister Ni-Vanuatu with 31 points,
Second Place – Gate 9 performing Forever with 28 points, and
Third Place – Uwell performing Lamup Aladin with 26 points.
We thank everybody involved in the 2015 Pacific Song Competition and look forward to making next year bigger, brighter and better.
The Grand Final of the Pacific Song Competition for 2014 will be held on Saturday 15th November at approximately 1900 AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time – UTC +11). The judges and public Voting Results will be shown on a webcast on Sunday 16th November at approximately 1900 AEDT (UTC +11).
More details will be available over the next 6 months as the number of entries is more known.
Format of Pacific Song Competition Grand Final 2103
This year (our first) we have only 3 songs in the final, so the format will be simpler than in future years. The following is the format, which will be streamed to the web as per the schedule at the bottom of the page.
Voting: Public: You will be given 24 hours after the Grand Final show to vote for your favourite song. You can do this in one of three ways:
by “liking” your favorite on Facebook. Just before the final, we will relink and share the three songs on our facebook page. We will then count the number of “likes” after the 24 hours period expires.
by liking your favourite on YouTube. We will count the number of existing likes on the YouTube page and will use any extra likes as votes.
By voting on the PRSC website – http://pacific.songcompetition.net/voting-page – where you can put in your name, email address (optional) and vote for one of the songs.
All of these votes will be tallied and the song with the most votes will get 10 points, the second 8 points and the third 7 points.
Juries: Each jury will vote for the songs, giving the first 10 points, the second 8 points and the third 7 points. During the voting results show, we will add the points for each song, divide by three and come up with a 1, 2, 3 result.
The public and jury vote will then be averaged, to give us a final winner. It is possible, although unlikely, that we will have a tied vote for first, in that case, they will be declared joint winners and will share any prize-money or prizes.
2013 Finals Show – ustream.tv/channel/pacific-rim-song-competition-2013-final
– 16th November 18:00 AEDT (UTC +11)
Judging and Winners announcement – ustream.tv/channel/pacific-rim-song-competition-2013-final
– 17th November 18:30 AEDT (UTC +11)
Both programs will be in the form of a pre-shot and edited video segment, which will be available on UStream.tv and YouTube after the finals.
The Pacific Song Competition now has it’s Vietnamese Jury President. Ms Dzung Gibson will be working with her team on the judging panel to bring some entries from Vietnam on board.
Dzung is a Communicator, Translator and Interpreter and is looking forward to helping the Vietnamese community get their songs onto the stage. You can contact Dzung here firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via our Facebook page.
The Pacific Song Competition is proud to announce that Ms Charlie Parker, Publicist, Journalist and Singer has accepted the position of Jury President for Australia. Charlie has been associated with Music and Theatrical publicity in a career spanning 15 years and is looking forward to the PRSC challenge.
Charlie will be looking for another few Jury Members for Australia over the coming months, so if you’d like to be involved, email her at email@example.com or get in touch via our facebook page.
There will be more information coming shortly, but for now, Welcome Charlie Parker!