Can you sing the National Anthem? The Bucks want to hear from you at open auditions

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MILWAUKEE — Members of the public will have the opportunity to showcase their musical abilities as they vie for the chance to perform in front of thousands at the Bucks’ National Anthem Auditions on Wednesday, October 12th.

Gifted individuals and performance groups will have the opportunity to perform the national anthem in front of a judging panel with hopes of being selected to the Bucks’ pregame talent lineup. Auditions will be held at the BMO Harris Bradley Center during three time slots: 7 a.m. – 9 a.m., 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

The audition is open to all ages, but performers under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Participants are encouraged to bring a performance resume if available, and all contestants must perform the anthem in its entirety to be considered.

Auditions will be held in the West Atrium of the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Upon entering through the Kohl’s Gate, located at 6th and Highland, participants will register and receive an audition number.

For more information, please contact Molly McQuade at 414-227-2744 or at mmcquade@bucks.com

2 comments

  • Huh !

    No Thank You …. With all the athletes that take a knee or pop a fist … I don’t I want to waste my breath by even going to any sports anymore !!!
    Now if these athletes and owners did regular community service (free) messages and went into schools to promote staying in and doing well in school, about getting along and working together, about teamwork bridging the racial barriers …… !!!
    If they did that I might go out and take singing lessons and maybe even take in a game 😉

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