Saturday, April 14, 2012

X Factor Auditions Kansas City now Online Tryouts


If you didn't make the recent Kansas City tryouts for the X Factor at Kemper Arena, we found another way for you to try out for the X Factor.  Kansas City News was just sent this press release from X Factor Producer Jason Trawick:

The newest popular television sensation the X Factor is looking for solo singers ages 12 (as of January 1, 2012) and up, girl groups, duos, boy bands or vocal groups of any combination including Kansas City bands. ANY type of music is welcome - pop, rock, rap, country, R&B, alternative, hip-hop...you name it! With a prize of a $5 MILLION DOLLAR RECORDING CONTRACT, on the X Factor, we're not playing around. Why not audition? What do you have to lose? If you missed the audition for the X Factor in Kansas City you can audition online and it takes no more than 10 minutes, and could change your life forever!

There are 3 ways to audition:
1. ONLINE! From the comfort of your own home/bedroom/bathroom/wherever you sing. Go here:
https://auditions.thexfactorusa.com/
Be sure to get your X Factor Audition in before the APRIL 15th DEADLINE!

2. In Person at one of our open auditions in
Kansas City, MO – Kemper Arena March 14th (X Factor registration March 12 &13)
Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center March 22nd (X Factor registration March 20 & 21)
San Francisco, CA – Cow Palace April 20th (X factor registration April 18 & 19)
Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum     May 1st (X Factor registration April 29 & 30)
Providence, Rhode Island – Dunkin Donuts Center May 10th (X Factor registration May 9)
For more info go to: http://www.thexfactorusa.com/auditions

3. At your Local Mall in a MyStudio Booth:
Although there is not one located in Kansas City, you can travel to one of the following MyStudio Booths to audition for the X Factor:  Hawaii, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Pheonix, Nashville, New Jersey and New England  Go here: http://mystudio.net/xfactor2012/aboutxfactor.aspx  for more information about exactly where and when.

Here at Kansas City News we are going to give you the phone number to one of the actual producers of The X Factor!  Who loves you more than us?  Let them know by email (maggie.xfactor@gmail.com) or call them at 818-748-1240 if you have questions, concerns or problems auditioning.  The X Factor also asked us to tell Kansas City residents to feel free to share this information with anyone you think might be interested in auditioning. In the X Factor producer's experience, a recommendation by a friend, co-worker, teacher or family member to audition is where real undiscovered talent comes from. Wouldn't it be great if a talented singer or group of singers (remember, we're looking for ages 12 and up and groups!) from the Kansas City area auditioned and went ALL THE WAY to the $5 million prize!?

Best of luck from the producers of the X Factor and all of us here at Kansas City News.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy balls batman, who, or WHAT is standing to the left of Simon in that photo? The world is definitely coming to an end.

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to choke the sh*t out of the people in charge of creating these shows. We are getting closer and closer to the world Mike Judge created in his movie "Idiocracy". Good God Americans are stupid.

Anonymous said...

Our friends auditioned when the X Factor was here and they told them that they would call them back. They said the lines were crazy! I hope that they keep making more shows like this.

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