The Mayor of London’s Gigs competition is calling on the city’s young musicians to enter the contest by 19 June.
According to the authorities, the initiative is aimed at music makers aged 11-25 wanting to perform in front of thousands, grow their public profile and receive advice from top industry professionals.
Organisers said: ‘Taking part can also open the door to a world of opportunities, including exclusive performances and paid gigs.’
To enter, musicians and songwriters need to submit a video of them performing and offering information about themselves and their music.
Visit the Gigs website to find out more and enter.
Prizes include a Institute of Contemporary Music Performance training package, recording time at a top studio and a busking trip to Paris.
The Gigs Grand Final took place in Westfield Stratford City and crowned Clarissa Mae as Gigs Champion 2016.