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IPMA Awards

The Second Annual IPMA Music Awards

September 14-15

5:00 PM – 11:00 PM (CDT)

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Cafe Coco’s Italian Cafe

210 Louise Ave, Nashville, TN 37203


 Each year we award for best Male, Female, and Group artists. The IPMA Awards Extravaganza is held in different locations each year. This year we are in the Country Music Capital of the World – NASHVILLE, TN! The awards ceremony includes performances by

Burning Sage

B Willie Dryden

Celia Farran

Ginger Ackley

Mama Gina LaMonte

Rowena of the Glen

And more!

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This is a TWO day event! September 14 will be at Dragonstone, (contact us for details) outside of Nashville TN and will include a

Premier Showing of the movie Enlightenment Spell, by MIshu FIlms, and Barbecue.

The second event September 15 starts at 7 PM at Cafe Coco and is the Awards Extravaganza 

$50.00 for both days. $35.00 for Saturday ONLY


You must RSVP seating is limited!

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Remember Associate and Artist Members come for FREE and you may bring unlimited guests for $35 per person over the age of 18.


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Pagan Music Awards DVD

It was such an honor to host the first International Pagan Music Awards June 7, 2017. The stage we built especially for the event has now become a permanent stage including permanent roof, back wall, electricity and places for lights.

I was humbled by the support of all the people who came out, spent time and energy to make this event fantastic.

This DVD filmed by Josh Samson and Mishu films is an example of how a community works together! Get yours today!


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Pagan Music Awards 2017

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Pagan Music Awards 2017 Comments

I spent June 8 at the International Pagan Music Association’s First Annual Pagan Music Awards ceremony. It was an absolute blast, and Rowena Whaling, David Wood, and Serpentyne took home beautiful and well-deserved awards. I had the honor of bestowing the very first Nine Toes the Bard Community Service Award to the lovely Amanda Bell for opening her heart and home to the independent Pagan musicians who travel through her neck of the woods. I also had a chance to spend time with the beautiful Virginia Ackley who was a nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year. We shared music, hugged old friends, and some of us met for the first time in person – and it was an amazing evening. I LOVE the Pagan musician community. We support each other, and the love flows from our hearts out to all those who share our music and then flows right back to us tenfold! Big thanks to Melissa Anderson for dreaming big and making this REAL! Thank you to our hosts at Wite Rayvn, Alfred Willowhawk and Willo’ Wellspring for providing such a wonderful space (and rockin’ new stage) for this gathering of musicians and music lovers. Thank you to Ember Joe Funderburk and Monvel Mystic Askew for the pro sound and lights that made all of us sound and look so damned awesome all evening. I know I’m forgetting someone(s) and I apologize. I’m ready to do it all again next year!
How are you spending your Summer? Hope you are doing something fabulous! Gina LaMonte

Last night was a really big deal for me. I was invited to the International Pagan Music Association awards, and I got to hear some musicians I’d never heard before! Holy moly! David Wood, Rowena of the Glen, Ginger Ackley. And, I heard some of Mama Gina’s new songs. I also got to meet Melissa Anderson. She works so hard to promote and support our pagan musicians. She’s a powerhouse and I want to be her new bff.
The awards were held at Alfred Willowhawk’s Wite Ravyn Metaphysical Church. It’s gorgeous down there. Just stunning. Beautiful sacred spaces, Labyrinth, statues peeking out of lush greenery, envy-worthy stage, a fantastic bathhouse. I loved it.

In addition to all that fabulousness, the awards show was so fun! We got to listen to several songs by each artist in attendance. And then…the thing. I received an award. The Nine Toes the Bard Community Service Award. This was for my work within the pagan music community.
I cried my eyeliner right off. I’m so honored to be able to work with the talented folks in this community. And, my tongue gets all tied up when I try to talk about this. It’s such a beautiful award, and the physical award is stunning. ❤️
Thank you, Melissa and Alfred, for this lovely thing that you’re doing for our musicians.
And, thank you Gina, for your kind and generous heart. Amanda Bell

Great Fun, awesome site, awesome show, awesome stage, awesome people – DJ

So much fun, and a blessing! Wow! I LOVED it – RM

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