Cape Cod Student Music Competition Has Submission Deadline Extended

HYANNIS –The deadline for Cape Cod students working to create music videos this month in recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month has been extended.

Independence House, an organization which provides services for individuals and families affected by violence, is holding a “Let Your Voice Be Heard!” music competition.

The songs which are inspired by spreading awareness about the issue need to be posted on YouTube and submitted to Independence House by March 16.

The community will vote for their favorite videos at CapeCod.com.

The top seven songs will be performed live on March 31 at Cape Cod Community Center in Dennis Port for a change to win a studio recording session.

Song submissions must be original and not a cover, 3 and ½ minutes of less.

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