Wannabee performers invited for Durban auditions tomorrow

2010-07-17 00:00

IF YOU can sing, dance, act or do magic tricks, then you need to get yourself down to the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Durban tomorrow for the auditions for the second season of SABC2’s hugely successful reality show SA’s Got Talent.

Auditions are open to “any age, any act”. Contestants are advised to get to the ICC as early as possible (registrations close at 3 pm) and they must bring their own music, instruments or props.

All music must be on CD and all contestants have to bring a copy of their IDs.

The show premieres on SABC2 on September 16, The winner will receive R250 000.

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