Franklin County’s Got Talent ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED!

Franklin County’s Got Talent  ENTRY DEADLINE EXTENDED!


“Franklin County’s Got Talent” will debut this year on Friday night at the Franklin County Fair!

The competition is open to any act with some sort of talent. Each age group will only take 6 singers and then the rest of the acts will be a mix of other talents.

Two categories – Thirteen and younger and Fourteen and older.

This contest is now open to all station listeners, not just Franklin County residents.

Performers must be amateurs. Any bands must be acoustic and groups can not exceed 10 performers.

There will be cash prizes in each category for 1st ($400), 2nd ($250), and 3rd ($100).

FIRST in order to compete you must be voted to the stage by Franklin County. Find your category below and submit to WHAI¬†a video clip of your talent by August 18th. Then, Franklin County will vote for their favorite acts. The top 10 performers in each category will go on to compete in front of a panel of judges September 5th at the Franklin County Fair. Contestants will be judged on stage presence, performance skill, and their entertainment/”it” factor.

If you think you are Franklin County’s Most Talented…Prove it!

Enter the “14 years old and up” category here.

Enter the “13 years old and under” category here.

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