Have a special talent you want to show the Tri-State? Here's you chance to take your talents to the stage of the annual West Side Nut Club Fall Festival!

Amateur Hour is a nightly feature of the Festival that gives local residents the opportunity to show off whatever their talent happens to be, whether that's singing, dancing, telling jokes, or performing magic tricks. But before they get the chance to take the main stage on Franklin Street, they must first get past the judges during the audition rounds.

Taking place August 15th and 16th beginning at 5:30 p.m. each night at the Mater Dei High School Auditorium, auditions are open to individuals in the following categories:

Junior Division - Pre-School thru Fifth Grade.
Middle School Division - Sixth Grade thru Eighth Grade.
Senior Division - Ninth Grade thru Twelfth Grade.
College Division - Thru Age 24 (Vocal Acts Only)

Performers in each division can enter twice, once as an individual and once as part of a group. All acts are asked to wear the full costumes they intend to wear for their Fall Festival performance for the auditions.

For more information, including the complete list of rules for the auditions, visit the Fall Festival website, or contact Amateur Hour Chairman Tyler Frounfelter at (812) 760-6725, Amateur Hour Co-Chairman Shawn Heneisen at (812) 457-1650, or by e-mail at amateurhour@nutclub.org.

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