NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- The CSRA has talented people in many art forms. That’s why the Arts & Heritage Center of North Augusta and the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council will be hosting its first CSRA’s Got Talent competition.
WRDW’s own Richard Rogers will be the emcee for the event on Saturday. Judges for the event will be Jay Rising, Marina Vantry and Miss South Carolina USA Courtney Turner.
Performances will include singers, bands and dancers. The age range of the acts will be as young as an 8-year-old girl to a grandmother who will be showcasing her talent.
Performers will not only get the opportunity to showcase their talents to the masses, but the winner chosen by judges and audience votes can win one of three places with a top prize of $300.
Doors open at 6 and the event begins at 7, so feel free to attend if you want to see who has talent in the CSRA.
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