Entries are now open for emerging and established artists to submit an application across 16 categories in the 2021 Queensland Music Awards (QMAs).
Congratulations to this year's Billy Thorpe Scholarship finalists! Four Queensland songwriters have been selected from the incredible pool of talent that applied this year and are now one step closer to the $10,000 prize.
In the running for the 2020 Scholarship is alt-rock powerhouse Jaguar Jonze, folk wordsmith Dan Baker, singer songwriter Harry Phillips and pop-rocker Hope D.
The scholarship, funded by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland
The Scholarship recipient will be announced during the Queensland Music Awards ceremony on March 3, 2020. Tickets on sale now.
The 2020 Queensland Music Awards (QMAs) took place last night at The Fortitude Music Hall celebrating the artistic and commercial success of Queensland music over the last 12 months, featuring performances from some of the best the state has to offer including Jaguar Jonze, Cub Sport, Nat Dunn, Busby Marou and Order Sixty6.
With the 2020 Queensland Music Awards (QMAs) taking place in Brisbane Tuesday 3 March, preparation is well underway to transform the Fortitude Valley's Fortitude Music Hall. To ensure the 2020 QMAs look and sound world-class, we’ve partnered with some of the best in the industry!
Members of Powderfinger, Violent Soho, Regurgitator, Jeremy Neale, The Grates’ Patience Hodgson, Sahara Herald and Mel Buttle (plus one or two names that we’re not allowed to say…)
The Queensland Music Award’s (QMAs) Song Of The Year has made it into the hands of Queensland icons such as Amy Shark, Violent Soho, Cub Sport, Ball Park Music, and Clea.