Spend five nights away with some of Australia’s best hit song writers and potentially write your next hit single, whilst enjoying a holiday on the beach.

If this sounds like it was an experience custom-built for you, well, you’re kinda right. It’s built for people like you.

The Grow My Music Writing Holiday runs over a week in March on the Central Coast, and is a tightly-curated hub of creatives writing and producing music.

It’s an amazing experience for songwriters hoping to branch out, or tap into the skills and brains of some of the finest writers in the business. You’ll leave with publishing attached to at least four songs, with at least one of your own songs to release professionally.

There are only twelve spots available, so obviously each submission is vetted, with successful applicants announced in the next year.

To apply, submit two of your songs that you’ve worked on, noting what you wrote and performed on the song. The form is below.

Submissions close December 22. Successful applicants will be notified.

The Writing Holiday costs $1800 plus GST, and runs from Tuesday March 6 – Sunday March 11, 2018.

This is a not-for-profit initiative for the company. Grow My Music are actively increasing their footprint in the Australian and global music industry and they’re doing this simply because they’d like to see more cool things like this happen within the Australian music industry.

The location (photos below the form) is Tudibaring House in Copacabana – a three minute walk to the beach, and a twenty minute drive to Erina Fair (for supplies!)

Good luck.

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