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$700.00 Grand Prize and Studio Time for Talent Showcase Winners

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$700.00 Grand Prize and Studio Time for Talent Showcase Winners

Time: October 4, 2013 from 7pm to 11pm
Location: The Avenue Event Space
Street: The Avenue Event Space 1389 Queen Anne Road
City/Town: Teaneck NJ
Website or Map: http://blessthemicelyon2.even…
Phone: 201-257-7789
Event Type: christian, open, mic, talent, showcase, gospel, spoken, word, holy, hip, hop
Organized By: BlesstheMic LLC
Latest Activity: Sep 25, 2013

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Event Description

Bless the Mic LLC and Elyon Entertainment Presents:

Another evening of live Christian entertainment.

The event includes an open mic and a Talent showcase (which includes Gospel, Christian, Holy Hip Hop, Spoken Word, Comedy, Praise Dance, Ministry and more!)

ARTIST COMPETE FOR A $700.00 GRAND PRIZE! 2ND AND 3RD PLACE PRIZES INCLUDE FREE STUDIO TIME! *****Please note: There is a one time fee for all participants which includes the open mic (limited space available). THERE IS ALSO AN ADDITIONAL FEE OF $20.00 TO COMPETE IN THE TALENT SHOWCASE FOR $700.00 AND STUDIO TIME PRIZES!

Friday October 4th, 2013

The Event Avenue Space

1389 Queen Anne Road

Teaneck NJ O7666

Tickets in advance on Eventbrite and by calling the phone numbers below: $20.00, 25.00 at the door

Delicious Food will be sold by Maggie's Southern Cuisine of Teaneck NJ

Hosted by Comedian G.L Douglass

(As Seen On BET's Coming to the Stage, Showtime at the Apollo, 106 and Park, Dr. OZ, Rachel Ray, McDonald Gospel Fest, VH1, ABC, NBC, Kelli Cosby and More!

Music by DJ Born AGAIN fka Born Cipher

Artist compete for a $700.00 Grand Prize

The second place prize is 3 hours of Recording Studio Time

The third place grand prize is 2 hours of Recording Studio Time

Doors open at 7:00 PM

Showtime at 8:00 PM

Vendors wanted

For information contact:

Tickets Vendors and information 201-208-5569 (Union County)

Tickets and Artist info 201-257-7789 (Bergen County)

Tickets and Other information 201-304-5227 (Bergen County)

Event will be taped for broadcast and artist promotion on NJ TimeWarner, Cablevision and Fios as well as syndicated NYC shows.

Special invited music industry guest and ministers!

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