A long-standing tradition in Pacific Palisades, the Teen Talent Contest is returning on Friday, April 12, for another exciting showcase of talent from local teenagers.
And this year, for the first time ever, the contest has been extended to include eighth-graders.
This year’s competition, which will take place at Mercer Hall at Palisades Charter High School, will feature students in eighth through twelfth grade, with two winning participants selected to represent the Palisades for one year. The two winners will also receive a cash scholarship, free food from Palisades Garden Cafe and a feature in the Palisadian-Post.
Those without a “typical” talent are encouraged to apply—the contest highlights any and all talents, from DJ skills to martial arts demonstrations to stand-up comedy or tricks with your dog.
For a complete list of rules and eligibility, visit palipost.com/2019-palisades-teen-talent-contest. Registration is open to the first 40 participants, with a maximum of 15 contestants to participate the night of the show.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-454-1321.
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