Top local acts to compete for a good cause at ‘Basin’s Got Talent’
The inaugural “Basin’s Got Talent” event will bring 10 top local acts to the Midland County Horseshoe Pavilion for a good cause on Saturday, April 15.
The event, which starts at 6:30 p.m., is a fundraiser for Spectrum of Solutions, which has empowered individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Midland for over 60 years to achieve new personal bests and levels of independence.
“The Basin’s Got Talent focus is to locate talent in the Permian Basin, provide an entertaining evening for attendees and raise awareness for Spectrum of Solutions’ clients and families.”
Prospective performers were asked to submit video applications to Spectrum of Solutions’ Basin’s Got Talent website. A panel of judges were set to narrow down contestants to 10 top performers, who will perform at the April 15 event, where an anticipated 1,500 attendees will vote for the top performance. The winner will receive a cash prize.
The event is open to the public and includes local celebrity judges, live and silent auctions, VIP/sponsor areas and networking opportunities for professionals.
“The Basin’s Got Talent focus is to locate talent in the Permian Basin, provide an entertaining evening for attendees and raise awareness for Spectrum of Solutions’ clients and families,” organizers said.
For tickets and sponsorship opportunities, go here.