This is a 15 week contest with the first place prize of $1,000 cash!!!!!! The finals will be held at Harrah's VooDoo Lounge on Sunday May 6th at 7 pm, no cover charge! Finalists and guests have to be 21 to enter VooDoo Lounge!
Additional prizes are $750 2nd Place, $500 3rd place and all top five finalists will receive one hour of studio recording time! The contestant that brings the most followers also wins 1 hour of studio time! So you have the potential to win $1,000 cash and 2 hours of studio time!
Qualify at all participating bars. Weekly prizes awarded! You can win at multiple bars to increase your odds of winning a semi-final round. You can also win multiple nights (different days of the week) at the same bar! There will be a semi-final for each night the bar has contests. Once you win a semi-final contest you are in the finals!
You must be present to sign up for each nights contest and the contest will usually start within an hour and a half of normal karaoke start time.
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Participating Bars (More bars will likely be added)
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