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Nominations Open For Music Managers Awards

Nominations Open For Music Managers Awards

The New Zealand Music Managers Forum in association with Recorded Music NZ proudly presents the 2014 Music Managers Awards


The MMF Music Managers Awards celebrate the managers who work hard behind the scenes of some of New Zealand’s favourite and most successful bands by recognising their achievements over the preceding year.

Nominations for the MMF Music Managers Awards are now open in the following categories:

• Manager of the Year
• Breakthrough Manager of the Year
• Self Managed Artist of the Year
• International Achievement
• Best Small Venue
• Best Large Venue
• Best Independent Tour
• Industry Champion
• Innovation Award

Non-MMF members can be nominated in any category but any finalists will be required to pay an entry fee, which automatically gives them a 12-month membership to the MMF.

To nominate a manager click here

The nomination process is easy. Just fill in the Artist/Band name and their Managers name then tick the category you are nominating them for.

Terms and Conditions - you can view 2014 Eligibility Criteria and Category Definitions here

Nominations close Monday, 10 March 2014.

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