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The New Band Showcase has been a staple in Cornerstone Festival’s diverse existence for years. One look at just some of the past winners and you’ll understand why. P.O.D., Ester Drang, Sixpence None the Richer, Eisley, and Over the Rhine have all been a part of what has become a wellspring of up and coming talent and a place to find the most groundbreaking new bands.

Submissions for the 2011 New Band Showcase will be accepted starting today Wednesday, December 1st so enter now!

New for 2011: All winners will play on Main Stage! A Grand Prize winner will be entered into a national online contest* where the winner will receive an invite to over 20 major festivals for 2012.

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