UPDATE: The entry period for this competition is now closed and the winner will be announced on March 1st 2021.
Keep checking Headliner's 'giveaways' page for each artist's feedback on the QSC PA system.
QSC is throwing its support firmly behind the live events industry with a brand new campaign that seeks to connect with artists that are currently unable to play live due to the restrictions caused by the worldwide pandemic – looking towards a time when they can play live again.
Once the dust has settled and the world returns back to something resembling the old normal, the need for live events will become more prevalent than ever.
QSC is looking to help kick-start artists’ comebacks when they return to live performance by giving them a chance to win an active loudspeaker system for their future gigs.
UK-based artists, DJs, producers or singer-songwriters that are currently unable to perform live are invited to apply to participate to try out two QSC K12.2 active loudspeakers and one QSC KS212C subwoofer. The loudspeaker system will be raffled amongst all successfully featured applicants.
“During these challenging times, QSC has been involved with a large number of activities and initiatives around the world to help the events industry,” said Duncan Savage, Managing Director, UK & Ireland, QSC.
“Continuing that theme, we decided to partner with Headliner Magazine in the UK and create a campaign where artists can share their stories and amazing ideas on how they’ve overcome this Covid world.”
Those that are interested in participating should provide:
1. Their name.
2. A short paragraph on how the lockdown period has affected their music career, and how they are now spending their time recording, playing and connecting with their fans.
3. Links to their artist website, a link to a video performance, and a link to their Instagram page.
4. Provide a preferred testing time frame.
All selected applicants participating in the campaign will be entered into a raffle and will be in with the chance to win a brand new QSC audio system.
**Winning the competition were London-based piano-rock band Fuzz Skyler, who rocked out with the QSC system and had nothing but good things to say about it: