Getting Ready for a Cappella & Unplugged

0
37
Paid Advertisement
New Whimsy Rose tops are in! Great prints, super light fabric.

CHAMBERSBURG — Organizers have expanded their talent search this year for the annual A Cappella & Unplugged competition that precedes the reenactment of the Confederate burning of Chambersburg during the Civil War.

The Franklin County Visitors Bureau, working with Leadership Franklin County, added four open mic performances to the competition, with the winner of each open mic guaranteed a slot in the Round One performance onstage at the Capitol Theatre June 22.

Auditions were also held in May for the Round One competition, adding up to 20 acts to the competition.

A Capella & Unplugged competition that precedes the reenactment of the Confederate burning of Chambersburg during the Civil War.

At the Round One competition, a panel of judges selects the top six acts to move into the semi-finals. Then, the public is invited to view videos of the six performers on Facebook.com/FCVBen and “like” the favorite performance.

Paid Advertisement
The Chamber Staff is always available to talk with you about how your business could greatly benefit from membership.

The three acts with the most “likes” move onto the Final Round at 1864 Burning of Chambersburg on July 20, where one act wins the $500 grand prize

Round One finalists will then compete for the $500 grand prize and perform before thousands at the 1864 Burning & Rebirth of Chambersburg on July 20.

Paid Advertisement
Advertise on Franklin County Free Press for only $25 a week

Leave a Reply