Bennington County’s Got Talent is back for its seventh annual showcase of the region’s best and brightest entertainers. Presented by the Bennington Banner and the Manchester Journal, this live event promises an evening filled with extraordinary talent, entertainment, and a lively atmosphere.
Taking place at the Monument Arts & Cultural Center on Thursday, February 22nd, this year’s showcase features an impressive lineup of 14 outstanding acts. From comedy and dance to live bands, solo performances, and instrumentals, the diversity of talent is sure to captivate the audience.
In a new twist, the audience will serve as the fifth judge, playing a crucial role in deciding which performer will walk away with the grand prize of $1,000. By utilizing a print ballot inside the event program and an online voting system, attendees can have a direct impact on the results and support their favorite acts.
To ensure a comfortable and enjoyable viewing experience, for the first time, attendees can secure their preferred spot by purchasing assigned seating. Tickets are available online for $13 or at the door for $15. Donations are also accepted online and at the door to support the continuation of quality performances in Bennington County.
A distinguished panel of judges, including Kristine Lewis, Greg Van Houten, Valerie Harrington, and Christopher Oldham, will evaluate the performances. Guiding the audience through the sensational acts will be the evening’s MC, Joy Proft from WEQX.
In addition to the talent showcase, attendees will have access to a cash bar provided by 421 Craft Bar & Kitchen and a variety of snacks offered by Green Mountain Concessions. The event will be livestreamed thanks to Catamount Access TV, ensuring that even those who cannot attend in person can still enjoy the remarkable performances.
Bennington County’s Got Talent 2024 is made possible thanks to the generous support of its sponsors, including Coggins Auto Group (Toyota and Honda of Bennington), MSK Engineering, Heritage Family Credit Union, and Monument Arts & Cultural Center.
Don’t miss out on this remarkable event celebrating the region’s top entertainment talents. Secure your tickets now and be prepared for an unforgettable evening of excellence in the performing arts.
Bennington County’s Got Talent FAQ
Q: When and where is Bennington County’s Got Talent taking place?
A: The event will be held on Thursday, February 22nd at the Monument Arts & Cultural Center.
Q: What types of acts will be featured in this year’s showcase?
A: The showcase will include comedy, dance, live bands, solo performances, and instrumentals.
Q: How can the audience participate in the judging process?
A: The audience will serve as the fifth judge and can have a say in the results by using a print ballot or the online voting system.
Q: What is the grand prize for the winner?
A: The grand prize for the winner is $1,000.
Q: Are there assigned seating options available?
A: Yes, this year attendees can secure their preferred spot by purchasing assigned seating.
Q: How much do tickets cost?
A: Tickets are available online for $13 or at the door for $15.
Q: Can donations be made to support future performances?
A: Yes, donations are accepted online and at the door to support the continuation of quality performances in Bennington County.
Q: Who are the judges for the talent showcase?
A: The judges include Kristine Lewis, Greg Van Houten, Valerie Harrington, and Christopher Oldham.
Q: Who will be the MC for the event?
A: Joy Proft from WEQX will be the evening’s MC.
Q: Will the event be livestreamed?
A: Yes, thanks to Catamount Access TV, the event will be livestreamed for those who cannot attend in person.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the Bennington County’s Got Talent official website.
– MC: Master of Ceremonies, the person who hosts and introduces the performers at an event.
– Livestreamed: Broadcasting an event in real-time over the internet.
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– Bennington Banner: Bennington Banner, the co-presenter of the event.