East Coast Music Awards
East Coast Music Awards
The East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference is a five-day, non-stop musical celebration showcasing and recognizing the best of East Coast artists and music. The ultimate goal of this internationally recognized event is to position and promote it as the premiere music event for the public and the music industry in Canada and the conference of choice for artists and industry professionals.
Watch the 2018 East Coast Music Awards Gala hosted by Jonathan Torrens on Fibe TV, Channel 1, Thursday, May 5 at 8:00 PM AT.
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