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CT Folk's Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition (virtual event)

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CT Folk's Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition (virtual event)

Time: March 24, 2020 at 4am to March 27, 2020 at 11:45pm
Location: on-line entry; details at https://ctfolk.com/songwriting/
Website or Map: https://ctfolk.com/songwritin…
Event Type: online, singer-songwriter, competition
Organized By: CT Folk
Latest Activity: Mar 26

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CT Folk invites aspiring and established singer-songwriters to enter the 2020 Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition. March 27th (this Friday!) is the deadline to enter this year's online competition, which is held in conjunction with the Connecticut Folk Festival & Green Expo. Five finalists will be invited to perform two of their submitted songs during the annual free outdoor event that takes place in New Haven’s Edgerton Park on Saturday, September 12, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Full details at https://ctfolk.com/songwriting/ .  

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