A song contest for World Fish Migration Day

A song contest for World Fish Migration Day on October 24, 2020!


An international online contest to sing your heart out to original love songs about fish and rivers!

This contest is part of World Fish Migration Day, a global event about raising awareness for migratory fish and free flowing rivers. This contest is inspired by Eurovision. Their theme "Open Up" inspired us to use this momentum for river restoration and fish migration.

Showing how your #LoveFlows for rivers and fishes helps us in our goal of raising awareness for fishes and rivers. Submit your video of an original (or remixed) love song about fish and rivers to our contest and win the Happy Fish Cup and a possibility to share your song with millions of river and fish lovers around the world!


 

Don't wait and send your own song!

HOW TO JOIN

Rules and Inspiration




A song about what?


Starting on February 14th 2020 (Valentine’s Day), upload a short video singing your love song about fish. This is a fun contest to show how #LoveFlows all around the world for fishes and rivers and we can prove it by singing our hearts out and inspiring people with our enthusiasm.


World Fish Migration Day


This contest is a part of World Fish Migration Day! World Fish Migration Day is a one-day global celebration to create awareness about the importance of migratory fish and free-flowing rivers. Many rivers and fishes are in danger across the globe and it is our job to turn the tide to better protect them!

In 2018 there were 570 events in 63 countries and millions of people reached online!


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How to win


Please upload your video before October 15th and we will activate it and put it on this site. To give everyone a fair chance, we are also opening up the voting on May 16th!

Starting from May 16th share, share, share your video with your friends and family and have them "like" it. Voting will be closed on October 20th. At the end of the competition, the video with the most votes will automatically be placed in the top 10 videos for our judges! We judge all submissions based on creativity, lyrics, and connection to World Fish Migration Day and 9 will be selected to join the winner of the popular vote to be rated by our jury. Judges will be announced in May.

The winner will receive not only world-wide recognition but also the Happy Fish Cup!

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Submit your song


Please fill in the form below or send us an email with your submission. The e-mail must contain either a Youtube link to your video or a download option. Videos without Youtube/ Vimeo link will be uploaded to the Youtube page of World Fish Migration Day.

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Check our submissions below for some inspiration. You have until October 15, 2020 to submit your song! What are you waiting for?

Top 10


Post / Page Order By:   Most Rated | Highest Rated
Save The Fish – North West Children’s Choir (NWCC) – South Africa

[Total:1024    Average 4.9]
Sargasso Shanty – Jessica Law – UK

[Total:560    Average 4.7]
Where They Want To Be – Owen Bosen – India

[Total:311    Average 4.5]
Migration Vibes – Issie Barrett – New Zealand

[Total:167    Average 4.7]
I Would Swim So Far For You-Heather Spence-United States

[Total:78    Average 4.4]
500 miles – Ruben van Treeck – Germany

[Total:38    Average 4.3]
Todo puede cambiar – Eva Lucía Bayarri – Spain

[Total:37    Average 3.9]
Mazingira Yetu – Lawrence Ochieng and Shamim – Kenya

[Total:29    Average 4.1]
The LIfe Cycle of the Lamprey (Or the death cycle of the trout) – Rishi Nag – UK

[Total:25    Average 4.8]
Swimming Free – Dr Mark Everard – UK

[Total:19    Average 3.7]
Post / Page Order By:   Most Rated | Highest Rated
Save The Fish – North West Children’s Choir (NWCC) – South Africa

[Total:1024    Average 4.9]
The LIfe Cycle of the Lamprey (Or the death cycle of the trout) – Rishi Nag – UK

[Total:25    Average 4.8]
Fish Song – Malcolm Pinch – UK

[Total:14    Average 4.8]
Sargasso Shanty – Jessica Law – UK

[Total:560    Average 4.7]
Migration Vibes – Issie Barrett – New Zealand

[Total:167    Average 4.7]
Where They Want To Be – Owen Bosen – India

[Total:311    Average 4.5]
I Would Swim So Far For You-Heather Spence-United States

[Total:78    Average 4.4]
Let It Flow – Tristan Visser – The Netherlands

[Total:5    Average 4.4]
500 miles – Ruben van Treeck – Germany

[Total:38    Average 4.3]
Mazingira Yetu – Lawrence Ochieng and Shamim – Kenya

[Total:29    Average 4.1]

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