Virtual First Night Missoula Spotlight Contest For High School Students
Get those talented high school students of yours sharpening up those vocal chords as auditions are being accepted through November 6 only!
First Night Spotlight, Missoula's annual singing competition, is happening New Year's Eve. And, as with many events these days, for the first time ever, Arts Missoula will host a live streaming version of First Night Spotlight.
The virtual competition is open to all high school students. It will feature live singing, real-time voting and judges commentary. Winners will receive cash prizes and opportunities for future performances.
The best of the best will be invited to perform at the First Night MIssoula live streaming event on New Year's Eve. Tryouts started today (October 19) end on November 6, so not a lot of time to work on that performance.
Missoula's First Night Spotlight teen singing competition in the spirit of American Idol.Arts Missoula is our local arts and culture agency, culture, and community through education, advocacy and celebration. The office celebrates international and domestic cultures and connects communities through Germanfest and First Night, which it has produced for over 25 years. Arts Missoula serves as a resource for the coordination, development and support of art and culture for the benefit of the Missoula community.
All First Night Spotlight entry information can be found here.
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