The Period for Submitting Songs for the 2017 GISF is Now Open


Songs for the 2017 GISF may be submitted as from now. The closing date for submissions will be 31 December, 2016.

PLEASE READ THE REVISED RULES CAREFULLY BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR SONGS!



The Gibraltar International Song Festival made a triumphant return in 2007 after a prolonged period of rest. Since then, each edition has built on the achievements of its predecessors, resulting in ever-more spectacular and successful galas, and with many hundreds of songs from numerous countries worldwide being regularly entered in the competition.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to get your music heard internationally and to pit your skills against those of fellow participants from all over the world.

If you are a songwriter, you are eligible to enter, wherever you may be based. With free entry and great prizes, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.



1st prize: Trophy, plus £4,000
2nd prize: Trophy, plus £2,000
3rd prize: Trophy, plus £1,000
Best interpreter Special award

GISF Patrons


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Winners of the last festival
Upcoming festival

The GISF (VIII) 2017 will be held on Saturday, 6 May, 2017, at the Tercentenary Sports Hall, Gibraltar




GSF 2009 POSTPONED
Acknowledging the difficulties presented by the current economic crisis, both for our valued sponsors, as well as those GISF finalists who would have to travel to Gibraltar to participate in the Finals Gala, the GISF 2009 Board of Directors has decided to postpone the event. The Finals Gala will now be held on Saturday, 27 March, 2010. The venue remains the same, and the deadline for submissions has been extended accordingly. Please check our website for all the relevant details.
Full details are specified in the Rules page. Fill in the form, send us your music and good luck!




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