Awards celebrating aboriginal music mark 10 years with name change
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The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards will celebrate its 10th anniversary in September with a new name.
Renamed the Indigenous Music Awards, it will once again be a headline event of Winnipeg’s Manito Ahbee Festival. The festival, which showcases indigenous music, art and culture, runs from Sept. 9-13.
The Indigenous Music Awards take place Sept. 11 and will be broadcast live on APTN.
Submissions in 29 categories are being accepted until May 1 and a list of nominees will be announced on June 23. The second round of voting is free until July 24 and will determine the award winners.