Musica Copa VOTES YES ✔️ 🌈
s/o to our compadres at Spinback FC for helping to spread the love tonight
Musica Copa VOTES YES ✔️ 🌈
s/o to our compadres at Spinback FC for helping to spread the love tonight
Behold... the Musica Copa official After Movie!
Congratulations again to this year's champions, Lucky Ent.
Thanks to our amazing partners, teams, players, guests and door donations we raised $10,000 for charity, split between The Reach Foundation and Musicians Making a Difference, bringing the total amount raised for charity since we launched in 2013 to $40,000.
Musica Copa will return in 2017.
Music. Sport. Charity.
Music: Set M - 'See Right Through Me'
Video by yeahsure.
Part 2 of our special video behind the scenes series of Musica Copa, made with a smile in conjunction with i-manifest.
In the build up to Musica Copa, co-founders Paul Stix and Martin Novosel teamed up with the wonderful people at I-Manifest and Heckler TV to create a 4 part video series about our charity footy tournament.
Special thanks to Jo Pretyman, Laura Colantonio, Kate Peck, Will Alexander, Jane Slingo and Neil Ackland for helping us bring the ideas to life, and to our esteemed interviewees and Musica Copa pals Stephen Goodhew (FBi Radio), Alastair Patrick Green (Maker Agency), Jamie Redfern (Sweat It Out), Ed Scholl (Future Classic) and Hugo Gruzman (Flight Facilities) for being involved.
The videos were premiered at the inthemix awards and the Electronic Music Conference.
Here's Part 1.
Last Friday 2 December, the music industry came together under soaring 35C temperatures for Musica Copa, the 4th annual 5-a-side football fundraiser, who this year raised $10,000 for charity. With over 400 players and spectators in attendance the winners trophy was taken out by Lucky Entertainment who were awarded $7000 for their charity Reach Foundation. Runners up, Universal Music were awarded $3000 for their charity Musicians Making a Difference (MMAD).
Thanks to team registrations, sponsorship, bar proceeds and generous door donations this year’s Musica Copa has pushed the overall total beyond $40,000 since the event began in 2013.
The star names turned out in force once again with members of Flight Facilities, The Delta Riggs, Set Mo and I Know Leopard alongside the likes of What So Not, Montaigne, Nina Las Vegas, Swick, Montaigne, Danny Clayton, Motorik Vibe Council, Third Floor and Klue. Many other influential music business owners, movers and shakers were spotted both on the field and off it, including Mirik Milan, the nightlife major of Amsterdam, who was in Australia for the Electronic Music Conference.
Long-standing local community station FBi Radio returned to curate the day’s music (powered by DJ Warehouse) featuring FBi Click guest selectors Luen, Body Promise, Never Slept, Honey, Bare Necessities, GIRLIRL, Katia, Soft Hands, Sandro Dallarmi, Lauren Hansom and Sports.
Special thanks to this season’s participating teams who played the game in the right spirit and made a huge contribution to the event: Audiopaxx, BMG, Falcona, FBi Radio, Future Classic, Groovin the Moo, I OH YOU, inthemix, Lucky Ent, Ministry of Sound x Mustard, MTV Australia, Mushroom Group, Pandora, Pedestrian, Red Bull Music Academy, Select Music, Sony Music, Sweat It Out x MAKER Agency, UNDR Ctrl, Universal Music and WME.
There are many amazing partners involved in Musica Copa, including adidas, Destination NSW, DJ Warehouse, EMC, Eventbrite, FBI Radio, Jackery Power, Jameson, KIKOFF, Mary’s, Purple Sneakers, Red Bull Music Academy, Recovery Water, UNDR Ctrl, yeahsure and Young Henrys.
Musica Copa is organised with a passion by UNDR Ctrl's Paul Stix and Purple Sneakers' Martin Novosel and the duo have confirmed that the tournament will return again next year (date TBC), in addition to introducing a new event in 2017.
Watch this space!
WOW, what a (hot) day that was! We couldn't be prouder of this season's Musica Copa charity 5-a-side football tournament for the music industry.
Huge congratulations to the Lucky Ent team for finally winning the trophy having been runners up at each of the previous 3 tournaments. They beat Universal Music in a hotly contested grand final, claiming $7000 for their charity The Reach Foundation. Universal meanwhile scooped $3000 for Musicians Making A Difference.
Full story to follow...
Yesterday afternoon Musica Copa's fabulous MC, Scott Tweedie hosted the official draw at the Electronic Music Conference.
With a little help from special guests Motez and Nina Las Vegas, the 3 group stages have been drawn and can be revealed below and there's a few big games ahead!
Universal Vs Sony
Audiopaxx Vs Falcona
inthemix Vs MTV
Mushroom Vs I Oh You
Who's gonna win? Well, come on down to KIKOFF Soccer Centre, Marrickville tomorrow afternoon to find out! Entry is via a $10 door donation.
Groovin The Moo
I Oh You
Sweat It Out x Maker Agency
Ministry Of Sound x Mustard Music
Red Bull Music Academy
Don't miss the official draw for Musica Copa, going down this afternoon at 4:30pm LIVE from the Electronic Music Conference.
Our amazing MC, Scott Tweedie is hosting proceedings together with special guests Nina Las Vegasand Motez.
Who's going to be playing who? Well, you can watch all the action exclusively via our live stream on www.facebook.com/emcaustralia
For those attending EMC, you can watch this live in the The Ivy Sunroom (Building 1, Level 3)
Good luck teams!
This Friday 2 December, Musica Copa returns to the inner west for its annual football fundraiser at the KIKOFF Soccer Centre in Marrickville. 21 influential music industry teams featuring a roll call of Australian acts such as members of Flight Facilities, Peking Duk, and The Delta Riggs, plus What So Not, Nina Las Vegas and more, have signed up to compete in this much loved charity 5-a-side football tournament, each hoping to win the highly sought after Championship trophy and a giant cheque for their nominated charities.
Admission is a simple $10 door donation, with 100% proceeds going to charity.
Announced today is another fantastic line-up of DJs curated by FBi Click, featuring local crews Body Promise, Never Slept, Honey and Bare Necessities, the graduates of FBi Radio’s Dance Class 2016: GIRLIRL, Katia and Soft Hands plus FBi Click head honcho Sandro Dallarmi, Lauren Hansom and Sports.
As part of Musica Copa’s partnership with the Electronic Music Conference, the official draw for the tournament group stages is going to be selected this Wednesday 30th November (4:30pm AEST) as part of a very special Live streamed broadcast during EMC founder Neil Ackland’s Closing Address. Musica Copa MC Scott Tweedie will be hosting the draw alongside star guests Motez and Nina Las Vegas.
Tune in live via www.facebook.com/emcaustralia
The popular Beer & Burger Bar, aka the Players Lounge, returns too with $5 tinnies, again hosted by the dream team of Young Henry’s and Mary’s Burgers.
A reminder that the following music companies will be battling it out on the pitch to win a share of the $10,000 prize money for their charities: Audiopaxx, BMG, Falcona, FBi Radio, Future Classic, Groovin the Moo, I OH YOU, inthemix, Lucky Ent, Ministry of Sound x Mustard, MTV Australia, Mushroom Group, Pandora, Pedestrian, Red Bull Music Academy, Select Music, Sony Music, Sweat It Out x MAKER Agency, UNDR Ctrl, Universal Music and WME.
Confirmed ‘players’ include aforementioned members of Flight Facilities, Peking Duk, and The Delta Riggs, plus What So Not, Nina Las Vegas, alongside members of Set Mo, I Know Leopard, and Paces, Swick, Montaigne, Dena Amy, Motorik Vibe Council, Third Floor and Klue with many more expected on the day.
2016 (Feb): the projects*
2014: Sweat It Out X MAKER Agency
2013: Sweat It Out X MAKER Agency
This time next week we'll be playing football and fundraising with our music mates at Musica Copa!
On Monday we'll be announcing the DJ line-up curated by the legends at FBi Click plus we'll be revealing details of the official draw which will be "live streamed" this year... how exciting!!
Don't forget entry is open to the public, friends and family, all we ask is for a $10 donation at the door - with all proceeds going to charity. You can also secure your entry in advance by buying a ticket here
You are cordially invited to join us at Musica Copa for a day of football and fundraising! The 5-a-side tournament marks the final day of the upcoming EMC Conference as the music industry comes together all in the name of charity.
In February we welcomed over 400 people to Musica Copa and raised a total of $16,500 for 8 deserving charities. We're hoping to repeat that feat on Friday 2nd December and would love it if you can share this special day with us.
Don't worry if you're not playing on the pitch, because we've got plenty of action to keep you busy on the sidelines! Young Henrys are keeping the beers ice cold, Mary's Burgers are keeping your bellies well fed and FBi Radio are pumping out the tunage, VIBE! All drinks are super cheap, and 100% of all proceeds go to charity.
All we ask is that you pay a $10 donation at the door - either payable in advance (link below) or at the gate on arrival.
The A-list talent is looking rock solid too with members of Flight Facilities, Peking Duk, Set Mo, I Know Leopard and The Delta Riggs confirmed on the team sheets alongside other leading artists What So Not, Nina Las Vegas, Paces, Swick, Montaigne, Dena Amy, Motorik Vibe Council, Third Floor and Klue.
Give yourselves an early mark, and bring the whole office with you, the more the merrier!
We are extremely excited to announce the return of Musica Copa to its spiritual December slot, resuming our exclusive partnership with the Electronic Music Conference. With all proceeds going to charity, the event will be held at the KIKOFF soccer centre, Marrickville, from 2-9pm, with entry via a $10 door donation.
Tickets are available to buy here
Already confirmed on the team sheet are a festival sized line-up of artists including What So Not, Nina Las Vegas, Paces, Swick, Montaigne, Dena Amy, Motorik Vibe Council, Third Floor, Klue and members of Flight Facilities, Peking Duk, Set Mo, I Know Leopard and The Delta Riggs, plus more to be announced.
Reading like a who’s-who of the Australian music industry, Musica Copa represents market leaders in their respective fields, each turning on their out of offices for a day of football and fundraising. This year we welcome four new fantastic teams/businesses this season - BMG, I OH YOU, Pandora and Select Music.
New for 2016 is their partnership with i-manifest; a charity that provides pathways for young people to pursue a real, sustainable career in the creative industries. More info: www.i-manifest.org
Each team is playing to win money for their nominated charity with Musica Copa having have raised over $30,000 for charity since the event was established in 2013. Head to www.musicacopa.com/charities to view the full list of amazing charities nominated this year. Thanks to generous contributions from our teams and partners including Red Bull, Jackery Power (#StayCharged), DJ Warehouse and Recovery Water, the total prize money is currently sitting at $10,000 - with more expected on the day.
See you on the field!
All will be revealed tomorrow morning...
We're gearing up for the official announcement of Musica Copa 2016, resuming our exclusive partnership with the EMC Conference this December.
Don't miss the big reveal early next week as we confirm the 21 teams competing in this season's championship tournament all in the name of charity.
As we look forward to the next Musica Copa charity footy tournament in December, it's nice to round off the week having completed the payments to the amazing charities who each scored some hefty donations because a bunch of dedicated music industry types spent the day giving their time to a great (sporting) cause!
It's our sincerest pleasure to have made contributions to the following charities: Project Futures, Headspace, Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD), The Reach Foundation, MACS, Ted Noffs Foundation, St. Vincent de Paul and Bridges for Music.
Thanks again to all our amazing sponsors, partners, teams, staff and players for making it possible. See you again real soon.
The official After Movie is up and ready for your viewing pleasure!
Thanks again to our amazing partners, teams and door donations we were able to raise $16,500 and provide for 8 different charities.
Musica Copa returns in early December 2016.
Music. Sport. Charity.
Video produced by Hoboincognito
On Friday 5th February, over 400 players and spectators rocked up to the KIKOFF Soccer Centre in Marrickville to participate in the music industry’s annual charity 5-a-side football tournament, Musica Copa.
With excitement levels at an all-time high, pitch side speculation quickly spread as a number of newly elected teams were making a strong claim for the title after impressive group stage victories. The Sweat It Out x Maker Agency team set out to win an unprecedented hat trick of tournament victories but fell short in the knock out rounds. In the most closely contested final ever, the projects* snatched victory from Lucky Ent. in a dramatic final 90 seconds, overturning a 1-2 score into a 3-2 championship winning grand final victory. Wild celebrations ensued and a cheque for $7000 was presented to the team and their nominated charity Project Future. Runner up Lucky Ent. walked away with a cheque for $5000 for their charity The Reach Foundation and MTV claimed 3rd Place for the second year in a row, beating an improved Audiopaxx team in the 3rd/4th play off and winning $2000 for Ted Noff’s Foundation.
Thanks to team registrations, sponsorship and VIP door donations this year’s footy fundraiser generated an unbelievable $16,500 for charity. The remaining $2500 will be divided equally between the other quarter finalists, with Audiopaxx, UNDR Ctrl, Universal Music, Ministry of Sound x Mustard Music and Sweat It Out x Maker Agency each receiving $500 for their charities.
The star names were again out in force to add a slice of celebrity over proceedings. Fresh from claiming the #1 spot on triple j’s Hottest 100, Scott Baldwin of The Rubens played for the new WME team, Flight Facilites’ Hugo Gruzman turned out for Future Classic, the DMAs’ Johnny Took was repping hard for Falcona and Musica Copa’s unofficial ambassadors The Meeting Tree returned to kick some goals for Sony Music.
Fellow artists Just A Gent, Charles Murdoch, Montaigne, Olympic Ayres, World Champion, KUGA, Motorik, GG Magree, Surfdisco, Third Floor and Gordi were also spotted on the pitch alongside heaps of key movers n’ shakers from the wider music community, and plenty more watching from the sidelines. Long-standing local community station FBi Radio curated the music for the day, hosted by their digital station FBi Click and powered by VOID acoustics. DJs Ribongia, Adi Toohey, Luen, Kato, Sports, Nes, Andy Garvey and Sandro Switch keep the BPM’s pumping, whilst TV hunk Scott Tweedie returned as Musica Copa’s official MC. The brand new Beer & Burger Bar hosted by Young Henrys and Mary’s was also a major hit with attendees!
Special thanks must go to all the amazing partners involved in Musica Copa, without whom the event wouldn’t be possible. Shout out’s to FBI Radio, HOBO, Jack Daniel’s, Mary’s, Moshtix, KIKOFF, Nike, Purple Sneakers, Red Bull Music Academy, Recovery Water, Smirnoff, UNDR Ctrl, VOID and Young Henrys.
Musica Copa is organised by UNDR Ctrl's Paul Stix and Purple Sneakers' Martin Novosel and the duo have confirmed that the tournament will return again in early December 2016 to continue its on-going partnership with EMC (Electronic Music Conference).
Also, coming soon… Musica Copa Basketball
WATCH THIS SPACE!
Co-presented with KIKOFF, Musica Copa el publico is well underway this afternoon at Fraser Park with 10 local 5-a-side football teams battling it out to claim the debut championship trophy and $1500 in prize money.
PS... this lot are bloody incredible!
What a day! Over 400 people came together in the name of Music, Sport, Charity at Musica Copa yesterday.
Huge congratulations to debutants the projects* for snatching a last minute championship victory over Lucky Entertainment in our most thrilling grand final ever!
In the end we raised over $16,500 for charity which is just unbelievable. THANK YOU to our teams, partners and and VIP guests for being so generous with your donations, love and support.
Full report and photos to follow on Monday.