Birmingham Singing and Dance Auditions for Teenagers - TeenStar
TeenStar is the exciting new singing and dance contest in Birmingham for teenagers and pre-teens. The singing and dance contest is being brought to you by Future Music, the company behind the discovery of artists such as Atlantic Record’s Jacob Banks, Warner Music’s Birdy, Sony Music’s Jaymi Hensley from Union J, Luke Friend and Columbia Record’s Lucy Spraggan.
BIRMINGHAM SINGING AND DANCE AUDITIONS GO TO: http://www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk
TeenStar is a one of a kind singing and dance contest looking to find the UK’s best teen singer, duo, vocal group, rapper, solo performer or dance troop to be crowned the UK's Best TeenStar, with past Grand Finals being held at The NEC in Birmingham and within The O2 in London!
TeenStar is open to anyone aged 19 and under. So if you’re a teen singer and think you’ve got what it takes, enter TeenStar now!
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