The following 15 outstanding artists have been nominated for the Music Moves Europe Awards 2024 and presented at the BiME Festival on 26 October in Bilbao (Spain):
- Bulgarian Cartrader (Bulgaria)
- Fran Vasilić (Croatia)
- Giift (Denmark)
- Pearly Drops (Finland)
- Zaho de Sagazan (France)
- CLOCK CLOCK (Germany)
- Arny Margret (Iceland)
- yunè pinku (Ireland)
- Tramhaus (Netherlands)
- Ash Olsen (Norway)
- Berry Galazka (Poland),
- Ana Lua Caiano (Portugal)
- freekind. (Slovenia)
- Ralphie Choo (Spain)
- waterbaby (Sweden)
Vote for your favourite artist!
Music fans across Europe are invited to vote for their favourite artist on the Music Moves Europe Awards website. The nominee with the most votes wins the Public Choice Award.
Jerry Heil, winner of the 2023 Public Choice Award, now a member of the jury for 2024 said:
As a jury member I will search for those who sing right from the heart.
Awards ceremony and prizes
Out of the 15 nominees, an international jury will select five artists to win the MME Awards and one special artist to win the Grand Jury Prize.
The names of the winners will be revealed at the Music Moves Europe Awards ceremony on Thursday 18 January, 2024 at Eurosonic Noorderslag in Groningen, the Netherlands.
Each winner will receive €10 000. The winner of the Grand Jury Award will receive an additional green touring voucher worth €5 000. The winner of the Public Choice Award 2024 will receive €5 000.
All 15 nominees are invited to play at ESNS and also to join the MME education program, with best practices in the music industry, organized by ESNS and the partners of the MME Awards: Liveurope, Yourope, Live DMA, IMPALA, Digital Music Europe, ICMP-CIEM, International Music Managers Forum (IMMF) and European Music Exporters Exchange (EMEE).
The Music Moves Europe Awards (MME Awards) is the European Union prize celebrating the emerging artists who represent the European sound of today and tomorrow. It is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme. The annual awards are designed to accelerate the international careers of upcoming European acts. Former winners of the awards include Stromae, Alyona Alyona, Rosalia, Dua Lipa, Mezerg, Blanks, Ladaniva, Meskerem Mees and Christine and the Queens.