Get your voting shoes on because a number of Launceston musicians, events and only one venue are in the running for Tasmania's National Live Music Awards.
The Royal Oak is the only venue outside of Hobart nominated for the Live Venue of the Year title, Mona FOMA and Party in the Paddock are up for Live Event of the Year, and Isla Ka's Frankie Andrew and Meres' Mary Shannon are in the running for Live Voice of the Year.
Since the awards inception in 2016 a Launceston act, artist, event or venue has never won a category.
The Oak is the only Launceston venue out of the five nominees and music manager Jason Whatley said it was great to be recognised.
"We're excited because we're the one representative for Launceston in the category...we try to be a patron of the arts," he said
"It's very good for us but for the best Live Venue award to go to a Launceston venue would be a significant thing too."
The NLMA is in its fourth year but its the first time all states and territory categories are voted on publicly, voting closes on November 12.
Mr Whatley said Live Voice finalists Frankie Andrew and Mary Shannon both played at the venue.
"They play at the Oak a fair bit and we're excited for them and just to advocate for the Launnie crowd," he said.
"We do a lot to feed and nurture the local music scene and Launceston has a fantastic vibrant live scene, but you've got to support the whole shebang and make sure all sorts of stuff gets a shake."
Visit www.edgeradio.org.au/news/have-your-say-in-the-nlmas to vote, voting closes tomorrow.
The winners of each category will be announced at the Royal Oak on December 4 at a NLMA event.