Media Release: Tickets on sale now for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2023
NORTH MUSKOKA – You don’t want to miss this! Get your front-row seats as the Top 10 Finalists compete live on stage for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2023. Who will take home the Grand Prize?
Audience tickets are on sale now for the community-focused talent show, happening at the Algonquin Theatre, 37 Main Street East, Huntsville, on Saturday, March 4, 2023, at 7:00 PM. Cost is $39 plus HST. Proceeds support Community Living Huntsville.
“We can’t wait to see what this year’s Huntsville’s Got Talent Top 10 Finalists bring to the Algonquin Theatre. There is going to be such a diverse range of artistry displayed on that stage,” says judge Sue Campbell. “This is going to be an outstanding evening for our community and a showcase of exceptional talent.”
Campbell and her fellow judges, Sean Cotton, Geordie Sabbagh and Andre Wahl, reviewed more than 30 applications to select nine finalists to perform live on stage for the show. Members of the public then voted online for their favourite wildcard finalist, from four additional applicants shortlisted by the judges, to round out the Top 10.
Finalists include Brandon Colonello, Coulter White, Crystal Haynes, Isla-Maria Corbeil, Jessica Ryan, Laura Lynn Martin, Mel Gutierrez, Nils Buzora, Sonya Robertson, and Todd Blair.
First place prize is $1,000, second place prize is $250, and third place prize is $100.
Talents include vocal, instrumental, and percussion performances in a range of styles. Special guest performances will take to the stage, too. And it is all for a vital cause.
“You are going to want to be in the audience as these amazing finalists pull out all the stops to impress the judges and wow the crowd,” says Jennifer Jerrett, event organizer and Community Engagement Specialist for Community Living Huntsville. “This event is about celebrating community, and as our community rallies around the incredible finalists for Huntsville’s Got Talent 2023, we hope everyone rallies around their neighbours, too, by buying audience tickets to this fantastic event.”
Funds raised support Community Living Huntsville’s innovative community-based housing initiatives to assist people and families it supports in finding and keeping roofs over their heads in North Muskoka.
Jerrett notes the not-for-profit organization is dedicated to growing an inclusive community where people with developmental disabilities and their families can live as respected, included, and valued community members. “Housing is absolutely necessary to make that happen,” says Jerrett.
Huntsville’s Got Talent is a nonprofit competition that brings community together to celebrate local talent. Funds raised support Community Living Huntsville. Find more information at www.huntsvillesgottalent.com.