A talent show to benefit victims of domestic violence in Dawson and Lumpkin counties is set for next week.
North Georgia’s Got Talent will begin at 3 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Performing Arts Center next to Dawson County High School. Seventeen acts, ranging from comedians to singers to dancers, will perform.
Four live auditions were held between May and
September, along with video auditions.
Acts donated $25 to No One Alone for their audition.
No One Alone, or NOA, provides emergency shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence in Lumpkin and Dawson Counties. Through educational programs, NOA works to foster attitudes in the community that violence is not acceptable.
This year’s talent show is the first ever for
Tickets to see the show are $10.
There will be over $1,000 in cash prizes, with three awarded Judges' Picks and three awarded People's Choice.
People's Choice is determined by the number of votes cast for the individual contestants and any other donations raised by each individual contestant either by of funds for selling ads, tickets or from direct donations to NOA in the contestant's name.
The presenting sponsor for this show is Northside Hospital.
What: North Georgia’s Got Talent
When: 3 p.m. Oct. 14
Where: Dawson County Performing Arts Center, next to Dawson County High School
Vikki Condrey comedian
Kelly Cate sing and play twp keyboards
Isabelle Martinez-Amos sing and play guitar
Isabella (Izzy) Smith-Santiago dance
Stefanie Stewart dance
Brittany Green singer – accompanied by a guitar
Marisa Allen singer
Wendell Frady singer
Alisha Green singer
Kennedy Hoard singer
Melissa Little singer
Jimmy McGuirt singer
Naomi Roberts singer
Annabel Rushing singer
Kadance Stanford singer
Nealy Webster singer
Georgia Sensation Choir a capella choir