Young singers, dancers, DJs, poets and comedians are being invited to audition to be part of the line up for Milton Keynes Council’s fourth annual Love Music Hate Racism celebration event in June.
Auditions are taking place on Friday 1 June between 4pm and 6.30pm and Saturday 9 June between 1 – 4pm at The Spot Café, The Point, Central Milton Keynes. Acts will be put through their paces in front of a judging panel made up of young people from the organising committee and youth workers. Those who catch the eyes and ears of the judges will be called back to perform again for a packed audience at the main event on 21 July.
Rob May, Youth Worker in Children and Families Services, said: “Love Music Hate Racism promotes anti-racism and pro-equalities. It is a national campaign, which we support locally to celebrate different cultures, music and performance in Milton Keynes. We have some brilliant talent in MK and I hope young people out there come forward and show us what they’ve got! Despite the title, we’re not just looking for musicians, so no matter what your talent, come along!”
For more information about the auditions or to book tickets for the celebration event, contact Rob at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call him on 07947840593 to find out more.