You’ve seen the hit TV talent show America’s Got Talent. Now Nashville has its very own version, Temple’s Got Talent, debuting Sun., March 10, 2019 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The evening, featuring Music City’s amateur talent with stardom on their minds, will include singers, dancers, and musicians. All contestants will take the stage and perform live to compete for First, Second and Third Place prizes, as well as an Audience Choice Award.
Temple’s Got Talent, Nashville’s new community talent show, will be held at The Temple – Congregation Ohabai Sholom, located at 5015 Harding Place, 37205, next door to the Belle Meade Mansion. The public is invited to attend.
These acts, representing a variety of talent from across the Middle Tennessee region, will be judged by renowned professionals in the entertainment and music industry as well as by audience votes.
Special guest Olivia Faye, (oliviafaye.com), an up and coming singer/songwriter, will be performing her original songs while the judges are tabulating their results. She hails from Kentucky and made her move to Nashville two years ago to focus on songwriting, recording and performing.
“We have some awesome acts lined up,” said Neal Spielberg, owner of Spielberg Entertainment & Consulting, one of several event coordinators involved in the show’s launch. “It’s going to be an entertaining show that brings the whole Nashville community together to celebrate the abounding talent in this town.”
For tickets, go to talent.templenashville.org. For more information, contact [email protected], or Temple President Joyce Friedman at (615) 714-1666. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are still available.
There will also be concessions available throughout the evening, with pre-sold boxed picnic dinners available online. All proceeds will benefit The Temple.
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