35 artists receive support from International Showcase Fund for SXSW

Artists including Adwaith and SIPHO. will receive PRS Foundation funding to perform at the 2023 conference.

Liam Konemann
  • By Liam Konemann
  • 14 Feb 2023
  • min read

PRS Foundation has announced 35 creators from around the UK who will receive support to attend SXSW 2023 through the International Showcase Fund.

The International Showcase Fund is run by PRS Foundation in partnership with the Department for Business and Trade, Arts Council England, British Underground, Musicians' Union, Creative Scotland, PPL, Wales Arts International, Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Invest Northern Ireland. It offers timely support for artists to take their first steps into international territories by enabling them to perform at key showcasing festivals and conferences.

International Showcase Fund supported artist SIPHO says, ‘The International Showcase Fund is helping to support my trip and performances at SXSW 2023. This will be my first time travelling to and performing in America and I feel this is a landmark moment in my career as I will be able to meet and perform to international audiences and fully take in the journey my music has allowed me to go on.’

The artists receiving support are:

Adwaith – (Wales)
Bellah – (England)
Brighde Chaimbeul – (Northern Ireland)
Brooke Combe – (Scotland)
Camilla George – (England)
Dea Matrona – (Northern Ireland)
Dead Pony – (Scotland)
Desta French – (England)
DoomCannon – (England)
Edie Bens – (Wales)
Elephant Sessions – (Scotland)
Fergus McCreadie – (Scotland)
Ishmael Ensemble – (England)
Jaz Karis – (England)
Jessica Winter – (England)
Kadeem Tyrell – (England)
Lemonade Shoelace – (Northern Ireland)
LIME GARDEN – (England)
Low Island – (England)
Max Cooper – (England)
Panic Shack – (Wales)
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – (England)
Poster Paints – (Scotland)
Prima Queen – (England)
Queen Millz – (England)
Red Rum Club – (England)
Robocobra Quartet – (Northern Ireland)
SIPHO. – (England)
The Golden Dregs – (England)
THE HARA – (England)
VLURE – (Scotland)
Voka Gentle – (England)
Wynona Bleach – (Northern Ireland)
Yazmin Lacey – (England)