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Kane Comfort, 2016 winner of K-State Voice presented by UPC and Wildcat Watch.  Will it be you this year?

Kane Comfort, 2016 winner of K-State Voice presented by UPC and Wildcat Watch.  Will it be you this year?

 
 

Do you have what it takes?

K-State Voice is an opportunity for individual vocal acts to perform in front of a crowd for a chance at a cash prize.

Format

  • Applications: Open Monday, February 6th and close Friday, February 24th by 4PM. Contestants will fill out attached application. Contestant will also create an MP3 file or video of ONE cover song to submit with the application. The application and cover song can be submitted via email (upc@ksu.edu) or physical copy to Union Program Council office, ground floor of the K-State Student Union. By Tuesday, February 28th, the Music co-chairs will narrow down applications to 15 contestants who will be contacted via email or phone with an invitation to the live audition event on Friday, March 3rd at 8:30 PM. Applicants must be a K-State student.
  • Auditions: Held Friday, March 3rd, 15 applicants will be asked to attend the live audition event in front of coaches and an audience. Three coaches will individually assess each contestant, and through their findings will select 2 of the contestants to be a part of their team. Once all 15 contestants have performed, each coach will be given 1 “Wild Card” in which they will be able to choose 1 final contestant to be a part of their team. In total, each coach will have 3 contestants to their team, providing 9 contestants who will then move onto practices and the main show.
  • Main Show: More information will be given after auditions. Please plan on being available on the evening of Saturday, April 1, 2017. First, second and third place winners of the main show will receive cash prizes ($250, $100 and $50, respectively).

For more information

Call the UPC office at (785) 532-6571, or contact by email at upc@ksu.edu with “K-STATE VOICE” in the subject line. Sponsored by the UPC Music Committee and Wildcat Watch.