Enter Hilton’s Rock Star Contest to Win a Trip to the GRAMMY Awards

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Are you a Rock Star, or just want to travel like one? Hilton in conjunction with The Recording Academy has launched their 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards Contest where aspiring musicians can win a trip for two to the GRAMMY Awards which includes roundtrip airfare, three nights at The Beverly Hilton, ground transportation in LA and a $250 gift card. Entries must be received by December 31, 2014.

A panel of judges will choose four grand prize winners based on performance/presentation, creativity and musical or vocal talent. The winners will then receive the prize package for themselves and a guest. In addition to entry at the official GRAMMY Awards, the winners will also get tickets to the GRAMMY Celebration After-Party.

Four grand prize winners will be selected by a panel of judges based on creativity, musical/vocal talent and performance/presentation.

Here’s the entry process from their website-

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Here’s an entry link.

Videos can be original vocal or instrumental songs, and with the video submission the following question is posed – “Tell us how music inspires you to play”.

Mark Weinstein, global head loyalty and partnerships, Hilton Worldwide says, “Some of the best songs, and their motivating lyrics, have been inspired by travel and experiencing other cultures. Our partnership with The Recording Academy® and the launch of this contest is just one more way we plan to foster the connection between travel and music and bring enriching moments to life – or if nothing else, encourage everyone to travel like a rock star!”

The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards® will be at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015.

Click here for the full contest rules.

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