"Royals Fans Got Talent" auditions

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Anthem1.jpg Do you have what it takes to perform in front of 38,000 Kansas City Royals fans?  If the answer is yes, then this is your time to shine.  The Kansas City Royals are on the search to find talented individuals who can perform a breath-taking National Anthem and individuals who have the talent to entertain the fans pre-game and between innings.  If you have the skills to WOW the fans with your talent then come out to audition for Royals Fans Got Talent

Entertainment1.JPGEach participant will be given a maximum time limit of two minutes to perform his or her talent, including all set-up and break-down of all materials needed for the performance.  No pyrotechnics or offensive/volatile/harmful materials will be allowed at the audition.   Each participant will be performing on a strictly volunteer basis and understands that no compensation will be paid in connection with his/her participation.  Each participant must submit a completed, accurate and duly signed Application and Release Form.

Auditions will be held at Kauffman Stadium on Saturday, March 6th, 2010.  Check-in will begin at 9:00am, and auditions will begin at 10:00am.  Select applicants will be chosen by the Royals to showcase their talents on the Sprint Main Stage at the 2010 Royals FanFest in January.  Make sure to fill out all the necessary paperwork to ensure your spot.  We look forward to seeing your talent!

Follow this link to sign up: 

http://royals.com/perform

 

 

 

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