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Thomann The Grand Jam 2022

Thomann announces The Grand Jam 2022  ·  Source: thomann

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Want to play live at a stadium gig? Online retailer Thomann has announced its support for one of the biggest music jams ever: The Grand Jam 2022. And you’re invited to take part, too, as a spectator or a musician –  regardless of your playing level. The live jam event will feature hundreds of musicians in front of a 25,000-strong audience at the Deutsche Bank Park Stadium in Frankfurt. Find out how to register below!

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The Grand Jam, powered by Thomann

As the live scene kicks back into gear post-Covid, we’re getting used to live shows again. But this is quite the announcement: Join hundreds of other musicians on the huge stage in the Deutsche Bank Park Stadium in Frankfurt, Germany! And if you want to go along to see the spectacle as a spectator, 25,000 tickets are available now.

The event organisers are looking for musicians and performers in the following areas:

  • Vocals (female/male)
  • Guitar
  • Keyboard
  • Bass
  • Drums
  • Woodwinds and brass (alto and tenor saxophone/trumpet/trombone)
  • Strings (violin, viola, cello)

Applications are now open for performers. Show the judges what you can do by sending in a video of a performance. But you will also need a little luck to take part, and be able to convince the judges that you’re up to the challenge. All live performers who are selected will receive extensive coaching for the day. If you’ve never played on a stadium stage before, now’s your chance!

How to register

You can register for the event below. In addition to your personal details, you’re aked to submit a video of a performance that will be assessed by the coaches. If you’re selected, you’ll be guided by expert coaches with online tutorials and “trained” for The Grand Jam. Good luck!

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One response to “The Grand Jam: Play a stadium gig onstage with 100s of other musicians!”

  1. Ugo says:

    This is such a ripoff of the “Rockin 1000” project. Not cool Thomann, not cool.
    https://www.rockin1000.com/en/

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