The Commonwealth Song Contest is back

This major international event represents the 2.5 billion people of the 56 Commonwealth nations.

In 2018, thousands of musicians from across the nations entered the contest, with artists from India, Canada, Australia, Singapore, The Bahamas, and Saint Lucia performing strongly and securing a place in the finals.

However, it was Katie Kittermaster from the UK who took the winning position following a round of public voting.

To coincide with the coronation of King Charles III, the Commonwealth Song Contest (CSC) will be opening its doors once again in May to announce the Finalist and Semi-Finalists of the 2022-2023 contest.

Since 2018, tens of thousands of bands, choirs, singers, songwriters, and musicians have entered the contest.

Song submissions for the 2022-23 Commonwealth Song Contest were administered and organised in partnership with The UK Songwriting Contest and internationally with the music submission platform, the Song Copyright Office (SCO), and others.

Since 2018, every participant in the UK Songwriting Contest has received automatic and free entry into the CSC, a practice which will continue in 2023.

As with the 2018 Commonwealth Song Contest, the announcement of the finalists will be followed by a round of voting, allowing members of the public and the song writing community to vote for their favourite song.

For more information, please visit the official website at

The announcement of the finalist countries and details on the round of public voting will be released in the coming days.

To stay updated on the Commonwealth Song Contest and all its related news, interested individuals can follow their official social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram.

With the round of public voting just around the corner, it is an exciting time for music lovers and aspiring songwriters in the Commonwealth nations.

Don’t miss out on this historic international musical event!