Posted: Dec 6, 2012 6:00 PM by Melissa Canone
The Squeezebox Shootout is open to Cajun (single-row diatonic) accordion players of all ages and
performance level. There is no registration fee for the 2013 event.
The event will be held Saturday, February 9, 2012,
Strand Theatre, 423 N. Main St., Jennings, La 11:30 a.m. (doors open @ 11).
2013 REGISTRATION FORM
There are several ways to register:
1) Fill out the automated form at www.jeffdavis.org & email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Fill out the form below and mail it to Jennings Festival Assn., P.O. Box 1431, Jennings, LA 70546
3) Print out the form, fill it out & fax it to (337) 821-5545 or visit the W.H. Tupper Museum located
at 311 N. Main St., Jennings and fill out a form.
Should you have any questions call (337) 821-5532 or email: email@example.com.
You must REGISTER in order to compete.
The deadline to enter is Thursday, February 7, 2013 by 3:00 p.m.
The Squeezebox Shootout Committee reserves the right to accept late entries at its discretion.
(See rules and regulations form.)
There are four divisions: (circle the one that applies to you)
Youth Division: Age 13 and under, on or before February 9, 2013
Junior Division: Age 14-20, on or before February 9, 2013
Adult Division: Age 21 and older, on or before February 9, 2013
NEW - Professional Division: All ages
NOTE: All fields of the registration form are required to complete the registration process.
Contestant name: ________________________________________________
Age on day of contest (2/9/2013): ____________________________________
Email address: ___________________________________________________
Phone #: ______________________Cell phone #: ________________________
Address: _____________________________________ City: ______________________
State: ________________________ Zip Code: ____________________________
Where did you hear about the Squeezebox Shootout? _______________________________
What size tee-shirt do you wear? ____________________
Provide a few words about yourself so that the Master of Ceremonies can be familiar with you and
your musical history. Example: How long have you been playing?
How did you learn to play an accordion?
Do you, or have you ever, played with a live band? Recorded any music?
Please help us promote you by including as much information about you and your musicianship as