With only one week to go until The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award Ceremony and 2023’s winner is revealed, the country’s national music prize has unveiled the stunning bespoke art prizes this year’s Shortlist will receive, expertly handcrafted from low-carbon concrete, with the winner’s prize set to be revealed exclusively at the Ceremony.
Plus, fans can enjoy some incredible performances at this year’s Ceremony to celebrate Modern Scottish Classic Award winner Paolo Nutini’s ‘These Streets’, as well as a special set from Glasgow band Dead Pony to celebrate 10 years of PRS Foundation’s PPL Momentum Music Fund.
Taking place in the heart of Scotland at Stirling’s Albert Halls on Thursday 26 October, the biggest night in Scotland’s music calendar will see the country’s music industry and artists join alongside fans to celebrate 2023’s SAY Award Shortlist, as well as hear the exclusive announcement of the winner of The Sound of Young Scotland Award and celebrate this year’s Modern Scottish Classic Award winner, recently announced as Paolo Nutini’s ‘These Streets’.
Following a record-breaking 437 eligible album submissions for The SAY Award, which were whittled down to a Longlist of 20 and then a Shortlist of 10, one winner will be chosen and crowned Scottish Album of the Year live at The Albert Halls, Stirling.
Final Ceremony tickets from www.sayaward.com