SAY Award 2018

PPL is proud to have supported the SMIA's SAY Award again in 2018.

Since its inauguration in 2012, The Scottish Album Album of the Year (SAY) Award has grown to become Scotland’s most popular and prestigious music prize. Developed by the Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) in association with Creative Scotland, The SAY Award wields one of the UK’s most lucrative prize funds and champions the extraordinary strength and diversity of Scotland’s musical landscape.

PPL has launched an Introducing PPL toolkit alongside the SMIA. 

Partners for 2018 included Renfrewshire Council, Paisley.isCreative ScotlandTicketWebPPL and Help Musicians Scotland (Charity Partner).

The SAY Award ceremony took place on Thursday 6 September, returning to Paisley Town Hall for the third consecutive year. The winning artist, Young Fathers took home a £20,000 cash prize, with the 9 runners up each being awarded £1,000. Each Shortlisted artist also receive dan exclusively designed piece of artwork from the SAY Award Design Commission.

PPL's Davy Wales with Young Fathers' Alloysious Massaquoi (left) and Kayus Bankole (right). 

Visit the SAY Awards website.

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