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Fancy winning tickets to the European Border Breakers Awards?

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Fancy winning tickets to the European Border Breakers Awards?

Fancy winning tickets to the European Border Breakers Awards?

The European Border Breakers Awards (EBBA) is an exciting award ceremony where the finest artists of Europe are celebrated for making waves not in just in their home country but all over the continent.

The winners are chosen by market analyst Nielsen Music Control by observing sales and radio plays, in addition to votes registered by European Broadcasting Union radio stations and music festivals that support the European Talent Exchange Programme.



This year, though, fifteen of those that vote for the 'Public Choice Award' will be in with a chance to win tickets to the ceremony, which is open until 19th December.

Last year Kodaline won the award, and the ten hopefuls this year are as follows:

Klangkarussell (Austria)
Melanie De Biasio (Belgium)
MØ (Denmark)
Indila (France)
Milky Chance (Germany)
Hozier (Ireland)
The Common Linnets (Netherlands)
Todd Terje (Norway)
Tove Lo (Sweden)
John Newman (United Kingdom)

All you have to do is vote at www.europeanborderbreakersawards.eu for your favourite among the EBBA winners.

Winners will be given flights, a hotel room and are allowed to bring a friend along to the show, which is being hosted by national treasure Jools Holland in at the Eurosonic Noorderslag festival in Groningen, Netherlands, on January 14, 2015

Those that wish to watch the ceremony will be able view the event from EBBA's personal account.

So who you do think should win? Homegrown talent John Newman or something like the quirky delights of Norway's Todd Terje?

Tagged: win, uni, tickets, new, music, john newman, festivals, festival, art

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