The OMAs 2022 Award Show

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The OMAs 2022 Award Show

The fifth annual OMAs Awards Show will be hosted at The Biltmore Theatre, Oshawa, ON, on September 29, 2022 starting 7 p.m.

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The Biltmore Theatre 39 King Street East Oshawa, ON L1H 1B2 Canada

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The fifth annual OMAs Awards Show will be hosted at The Biltmore Theatre, Oshawa, ON, on September 29, 2022 starting 7 p.m.

About this event

Under wraps no more, the Oshawa Music Awards have announced this year’s nominees!

Marking its fifth year celebrating music in Durham Region, the 2022 OMAs are set to take place Thursday, September 29th, and will honour artists across multiple categories — including Songwriter of the Year, Album of the Year, Emerging Artist or Band of the Year, Durham Song of the Year, and Music Teacher of the Year, to name a few.

Launched in 2018, previous Oshawa Music Award recipients include Shawn Mendes, Crown Lands, Tania Joy, Three Mile Islanders, Zaftig, Skye Wallace, Hollowsage, and Mogens Galberg; returning OMA winners Lindsay Schoolcraft and Gal George Gjurin are also up for 2022 nods.

In its ongoing commitment to supporting local artists, the OMAs recently offered an unprecedented deadline extension, allowing musicians additional time to gather their submissions amidst the aftermath of the pandemic and its rippling impact. Further, the 2022 Oshawa Music Awards will again distribute Lifetime Achievement and Industry Leader awards, marking distinct work within the local community.

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Holiday Inn & Suites Oshawa is offering OMA guests a very special rate for the award show, September 28 and or September 29.

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// 2022 Official Nominees & Recipients

Artist or Band of the Year

Excuses Excuses (“Far From Perfect”)

Jadea Kelly (“Driveway”)

Lindsay Schoolcraft (“New World”)

Single of the Year

Excuses Excuses (“Far From Perfect”)

Jadea Kelly (“Happy”)

Valdii (“3 Years (Casino Stereo Remix)”)

Songwriter of the Year

Cameron Tania (“Helium”)

Dead Defined (“Rise and Stall”)

Hunter Sheridan (“Ambrose”)

Music Video of the Year

The Crease Rule w/ Production Haus (“Ed Was Honest”)

Delon Om and BenAnthony Lavoz w/ Delon Om (“Delequente (Delinquinte)”)

BUSM w/ The North Brothers (“Smile”)

Emerging Artist or Band of the Year — Presented by Spark Centre

Anthony Brown (“This is Anthony Brown - EP”)

Cameron Tania (“Helium”)

Delon Om and BenAnthony Lavoz (“Delequente (Delinquinte)”)

Album of the Year

Tania Joy (“I Will Stand”)

Valdii (“The Mirror”)

Wayne Madder (“Unconditional”)

Durham Song of the Year — Presented by Durham Region Economic Development and Tourism

Cameron Tania (“Helium”)

Gal George Gjurin (“Shine”)

Music Producer of the Year — Presented by 360insights

Dsymphony (“Delequente (Delinquinte)”)

Gal George Gjurin (“Shine”)

Lindsay Schoolcraft (“Stolen Light”)

Music Teacher of the Year — Presented by Durham College

Amanda de Boer

Durham Girls Choir

Emily Snellings

The 2022 OMAs will take place Thursday, September 29th, and are proudly presented by Durham Region Economic Development and Tourism, Spark Centre, RBC, 360insights, Trent University Durham GTA, Durham College, Ontario Tech University, with financial support from SOCAN Foundation and other community partners.

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