Outbreakers’ lab 2019 applications open
Folks, artists, bands! 📣
If you missed the Outbreakers’ Lab presentation at MENT, do take a minute to read this. It could change your life & career or at least give you a new perspective on it!
💡 Outbreakers’ Lab is a mentoring camp for artists aiming to upgrade their career in the music industry. The project founded by HOTS – Hungarian Oncoming Tunes is dedicated to solo acts/bands that are already experienced in the music scene and are looking for professional guidance in making things bigger and better.
Outbreakers’ Lab 2019 will take place in the end of August, in a beautiful village, Szigliget, located near Lake Balaton. For three days, artists will work on their goals with internationally acclaimed mentors during individual sessions, workshops and group discussions. Outbreakers’ Lab is an experience designed to raise awareness of a band’s potential, transfer professional knowledge about the music industry, mental health and its practices, inspire, exchange ideas and build an international community.
You have a chance to join the camp by applying through gigmit until March 15.
💸 ADDITIONAL INFO:
The only cost for artists is travel to Budapest. The rest is covered by the organisers (transfer to Szigliget, accommodation & catering, all types of training).
The list for the 2019 Mentoring Team will be announced soon, but in the previous years, OBL hosted Daryl Bamonte (UK, Schubert Music), Rod Jones (UK, Post-Electric Studio), Ville Leppanen (UK, The Animal Farm), Katia Giampaolo (IT, Europavox, Estragon), Andraž Kajzer (SI, MENT Ljubljana), Julia Scherz (AT, Ink Music), Magda Chołyst (PL, Artist in Bloom/Outbreakers’ Lab) and Andries van Wieren (NL, 3S Music).