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Talented students in Snowline and Victor school districts can compete for a $1,000 scholarship

Top winner to receive $1,000 scholarship

WRIGHTWOOD, Calif. –Centerstage Wrightwood, a performing arts and entertainment live concert series is looking for students in grades K-12 to participate in Wrightwood’s Got Talent; a competition based on the “America’s Got Talent television show. 

Students in the Snowline and Victor School districts who have a passion for Dance, Music, Comedy and Visual Arts are eligible to compete. 

Applications to qualify for the first round of ‘Wrightwood’s Got Talent’ can be submitted online at through April 10. (Follow the link to scholarship application.)

Preliminaries will be held Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 3 – 5:30 p.m.

Finalists will compete for the Wrightwood Blues Society $1,000 first place and $250 second place awards on September 8, 2019. Both competitions will be in front of a live audience at the Wrightwood Community Building, 1275 Park, 92397.  Special ticket pricing is available for parents/guardians.

Wrightwood’s Got Talent will highlight the talent show contestants and include a blend of the Mountain’s best artist and entertainers who’ll share vignettes of their performance path.

According to Wrightwood Blues Society (WBS) Producer Dr. Greg Jones “Wrightwood is really the Magic Mountain of performing arts in the San Bernardino County  The purpose of the WBS is to promote charitable, educational and musical activities honoring the American tradition of the Blues and derivatives. We’re creating an entertainment venue unlike any other…and we intend to share it with all who will come.”

Ticket purchases further the mission of the Wrightwood Blues Society, a nonprofit 501(C)(3) and help fund the Society’s scholarship program. For tickets visit or for additional information contact Greg Jones at (760) 574-8231.

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