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A2IM Libera Awards
On Thursday, June 21, 2018 members of the Independent community will gather at NYC’s PlayStation Theater to toast the year’s biggest Independent success stories as voted on by their peers across the U.S. independent music community. This year’s A2IM Libera Awards will be hosted by NYC comedian, Kate Wolff!
The remarkable scope of the independent music world is on display at A2IM’s Libera Awards presented by SoundExchange in partnership with BuzzAngle with a special celebration of Merlin’s 10 Year Anniversary. The Liberas celebrate the range of the thriving indie world, which features diverse genres, labels big and small, and from around the globe. Created by and for the Independent label community, the Libera Awards – name adapted from the Latin word for freedom – is the capstone of A2IM’s Indie Week in New York City.
The 2018 Libera Awards are hosted by NYC Comedian Kate Wolff. You can see the full list of nominees here.
Performances by: Aimee Mann, Funky 4+1, Raul Midon, Sam Outlaw, The Dap-Kings will take the stage for a tribute to Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley, featuring members of their bands, the Dap-Kings and the Extraordinaires. Their friends and fellow soul stars Lee Fields and Saundra Williams join for the tribute. Read the full performers press release here.
GA w/ Open Bar- $100
GA w/ Cash Bar- $65
A2IM Indie Week
The Independent music community will come together from June 18-21, 2018 in New York City for A2IM’s Indie Week presented by SoundExchange in partnership with BuzzAngle. A2IM Indie Week is an international conference and networking event aimed at maximizing the global impact of Independent music.
A2IM Indie Week 2018 will held for the second time at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center on New York City’s Lower East Side.