Estevan and District Music Festival scheduled to happen virtually this year

Organizers for the Estevan and District Music Festival are seeking registrations for a revamped event in 2021.

It is tentatively scheduled for April 11-17. The music festival committee has chosen to have a virtual event this year.

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When submitting entries, people are asked to remember that there are no guarantees that the event will proceed, as changes are constantly occurring with the COVID-19 regulations. Please note that at this time, duet entries may only include participants living in the same household. 

The performer is responsible for recording and submitting the video of the performance. Good audio and visual quality are important. The quality on most cell phones is adequate.

Recorded accompaniment is allowed, for this festival format, when live accompaniment is not available.

The recordings may be done in a home studio or other locations.

Registrations can be found at and will be accepted until Feb. 10. 

Please use your previous login and password or create a new profile if this is your first time entering the music festival.  

Recordings will need to be uploaded by April 1. Even though festival dates are April 11-17, those are the dates that the adjudicators set aside to do the adjudicating. Recordings will need to be done early so that they can be sent to the adjudicator, class by class. 

If there are questions about the festival, please direct inquiries to 


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