Back by popular demand is our annual photo competition with great prizes to be won! Whether it’s an action shot of a live music event or you’ve grabbed a snap of some lively audience members, Worcester Music Festival is inviting photographers of all ages and abilities to submit to the contest and show us what you’ve been up to over the festival weekend.

This year our photo competition is sponsored by Annie’s Burger Shack with a £100 voucher up for grabs, as well as a meal for four for the winner, plus prizes for second and third place as well.

The competition will be judged by a panel of music photographers and we are delighted to welcome back Steve Johnston, James Watkins and Andy Burton.

Entries will be whittled down to a Top 20 ahead of the Top 3 being announced at the awards ceremony on Sunday 20 October at Annie’s Burger Shack.


  • You can use ANY type of camera to take your photo.
  • Basic editing of photos is allowed
  • You can be of any age, and any ability, to enter.
  • You can upload up to, but no more than, ten images to the WMF Flickr account at flickr.com/photos/worcestermusicfestival
  • Only two photos of the same performance allowed.
  • Photos do not need to be of bands, but must be directly related to WMF 2019 events
  • Your photos also must have been taken at the 2019 WMF weekend festival.
  • You cannot submit staged or promotional shots.
  • Photos must be submitted in standard 3:2 aspect ratio and hi-res jpeg format (minimum size of 3600 x 2400 pixels).
  • Entries close midnight Sunday 6 October 2019
  • Let us know your contact details in the form below only after you have submitted your photo(s) to flickr.

. . . . . . So get snapping and good luck!


1st prize – £100 voucher and meal for four at Annie’s Burger Shack
2nd prize – £50 voucher and meal for two at Annie’s Burger Shack
3rd prize – £25 voucher and meal for one at Annie’s Burger Shack

All prizes have kindly been donated by sponsor Annie’s Burger Shack

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