America’s Got Talent Auditions in SAN FRANCISCO

Article by: Stefan – SF Intercom 

I know this isn’t a normal post for me!!! However… a couple days ago I was contacted by the PR agency of America’s Got Talent. They asked… “Stefan, do you know any bands that you think would be appropriate for America’s Got Talent?” My first thought was, “HELLS YEAH!” (I hate it when SF slang sneaks into my head!)

I realize America’s Got Talent is another one of those reality shows that you love to hate and hate to love. On the other hand… my family loves to love it! They watch it every week after our family dinner night. If I miss a night, my family fights to be the one to  update me on the new finalists and the X’d contestants. Now I can’t stop thinking how cool it would be if  my family was watching and I could say, “yeah I know that band!”

So here are the details, America’s Got Talent will be here this weekend. (FEB 11-12) You can go and apply in person, just make sure you follow the steps below! (If it were me… I’d go Sunday!!! I’ve got a man crush on Nick Cannon.)

There are 3 Easy Steps to Audition for the Show:

Step 1:
Choose YOUR Audition City

San Francisco: Feb. 11th-12th
OR send in a video audition

Step 2:
Pre-register. Date & audition city will be chosen here.

Step 3:
Download & fill out the paperwork. Must bring it to audition.

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
99 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Doors open by 8am. Close at 7pm.
NICK CANNON will be there Sunday morning shooting shots with the crowd. 

GOOD LUCK!!!
(I really do wanna see you on tv!) 

Stefan - SF Intercom
Stefan Aronsen is a music promoter who founded SF Intercom, I HEART SF BANDS and Balanced Breakfast.
Stefan - SF Intercom
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