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Music For Youth 2013 applications open

Music For Youth is accepting applications for the next round of their regional festival series. Taking place throughout February, March and April, the world’s largest youth music festival will involve over 50,000 musicians. Over 70 events will be held across 50 different venues throughout the UK.

Regional Festivals are open to any type of groups, from any background and of any level. The only requirement is that you are in a group of two or more and aged 21 or under. Entries close on 10 December.

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