Soul Search 2015

Event Type: An annu­al singing search exclu­sive­ly for unsigned vocal­ists who are res­i­dents of the Super Bowl host city to com­pete for the oppor­tu­ni­ty to sing the Nation­al Anthem and per­form as the open­ing half-time act at the only celebri­ty bas­ket­ball game to have ever become sanc­tioned by the Nation­al Foot­ball League for Super Bowl, Grid­iron Celebri­ty Hoops XVII. The finalist(s) will receive a cash prize of five hun­dred dol­lars ($500), mer­chan­dise and prizes and a video record­ing of their live per­for­mance post­ed on YouTube and broad­cast via all of our social media.

Date: Sat­ur­day 24th, 2015
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Venue: The Sal­va­tion Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­ter
1375 E. Broad­way Road, Phoenix, AZ 85040
Infor­ma­tion: Email: soulsearch@Jamsports247.com
Cost: FREE. ONLY OPEN TO RESIDENTS OF ARIZONA WITH PROPER I.D. AGES 5+ WELCOMED 

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