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2015 Choice Music Prize Live Photos

Photos by Kieran Frost

2015 Choice Music Prize Nominees Gallery

Each of the Choice Music Prize nominees received a beautiful memento on the night to take home with them. Here are some of the nominees collecting their awards.

Photos by Graham Keogh

2016 Live Event Lineup

Choice Music Prize Event Line-up

The Choice Music Prize in association with IMRO and IRMA will take place on Thursday 3rd March at Vicar St, Dublin. Artists so far confirmed to play are:

Gavin James

Le Galaxie
Colm Mac Con Iomaire

Plus Song of the Year nominees:
The Academic
All Tvvins
Fight Like Apes

Pleasure Beach

The Choice Music Prize event will be broadcast live on Today FM in a special four hour extended programme during the Paul McLoone show.

Tickets for the Choice Music Prize live event are on sale now from all Ticketmaster outlets and from priced €25.50 including booking fee.

The winning act will receive €10,000, a prize fund which has been provided by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) and the Irish Recorded Music Association (IRMA). All of the shortlisted acts will receive a specially–commissioned award, courtesy of IMRO and IRMA. HMV are the official retail partners of the project. RAAP, Culture Ireland and Music Week are also official project partners.

You can vote for the Choice Music Prize – Song of the Year 2015 here.

The Choice Music Prize in Association with IMRO & IRMA.

Project Partners are: Today FM, RAAP, HMV, Culture Ireland and Music

Choice Music Prize Irish Album of the Year 2015

The short-list for this year’s Choice Music Prize, Irish Album Of The Year 2015, in association with IMRO & IRMA, will be announced on Wednesday, January 6th 2016.

The winning album will be announced at the Choice Music Prize live event, held in Vicar Street, Dublin on Thursday 3rd March 2016.

The 11th annual Choice Music Prize will once again celebrate and acknowledge the best in Irish recorded music. The prize has become one of the highlights of the Irish musical calendar since its inception in 2005 and is awarded to the Irish Album of the Year, as chosen from a short-list of ten releases by a panel of twelve Irish music media professionals and industry experts.