The BBC Music Video Festival
That's why the BBC Music Video Festival now happens all over the country on the network of BBC Big Screens in 20 major towns and cities between 19th September and the 1st October.
Sure, we began collecting the great and the mad from the realms of the Norfolk countryside, but three years on, it has spiralled out of all control, covering the UK in a wave of multi-coloured, multi-genred, magnificent and momentous music video from Britain, Europe and beyond.
On every screen, you can not only catch some of the best videos from the year from artists including King Creosote and Jon Hopkins, Wiley, Slow Club and loads more, but also see some some incredible and unique content from your area.
Focusing on the new and the great from both film and music, we're taking the year's best promos and giving them a shove into the limelight by screening them to the public over two weeks.
Also, in Norwich you can watch the definitive three and a half hour rolling showcase on Europe's largest fixed digital gallery - Fusion at The Forum. Featuring Plan B, Metronomy, Elbow, Dels, Eskmo, Manchester Orchestra and so many more you've heard and never heard of - all hosted by Huw Stephens in digi-Huw form.
Check out some of our submissions here: http://www.vimeo.com/bbcmusicvideofestival
We've also got some great events lined up including talks from the director of this:
And the creator of this: www.sbtv.co.uk
And there's loads and loads more listed here: http://bbcmusicvideofestival.tumblr.com - most of which are free!
Submissions for this year are closed, but we love people to let us know about their favourite videos, show us their own videos and generally banter with us about music video at:
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org