MENT 2021 APPLICATIONS OPEN
MENT is inviting bands and solo acts to its seventh edition
APPLICATIONS ARE FREE OF CHARGE & OPEN UNTIL 14 AUGUST 2020 VIA GIGMIT:
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MENT Ljubljana is inviting European bands, solo performers and live acts with concert experience and publicly accessible audio and video material to perform at its seventh edition (3–5 February 2021).
MENT is an award-winning three-day festival of music discovery from Europe and further away. At its latest edition, 80 acts from 26 countries performed at various venues over three days. The international conference focuses on the music industry and creativity. The sixth edition was attended by almost 6000 visitors and more than 650 music professionals from all over Europe and further away.
More about the event: https://www.ment.si/sl/about
If, due to the current global situation, the organisation of MENT on the dates announced will not be possible or if it will be organised in a different format than anticipated, all applications will be valid for a postponed date or different format. All applicants will be notified of the results.
“MENT is simply exceptional.”
– FULL MOON MAGAZINE
“Festivals are often keen to trumpet a range of zeitgeisty credentials. But Ljubljana’s MENT is set up by a bunch of Slovenian music heads who don’t look to theorise too much whilst reaping the maximum amount of fun and friendship. We are here to enjoy “contemporary music, happening in real time”.”
– Richard Foster, THE QUIETUS
“It’s unpretentious, friendly and connected vibes creates a true sense of collaboration, a challenge to Anglo-American cultural isolationism and something bigger than political posturing. MENT is the “European project” in its truest sense – borderless, free and endlessly innovative. In this case, it is about music, but the ideals are so much more.”
– James Thornhill, UNDER THE RADAR
“MENT Festival has gained a reputation of one of Europe’s most significant showcases – unconcerned by hype and far more likely to get it right by showcasing the weirdest, most thrilling acts.”
– Fergal Kinney, LOUD AND QUIET MAGAZINE