Audition for Ridge Meadows Got Talent

Time is running out for the Country Fest talent contest

Ria Diy will cohost at 2013 Ridge Meadows Got Talent.

Time is running out to get your audition tape in for this year’s edition of   the Ridge Meadows Got Talent competition at Country Fest.

The deadline for auditions is July 20. There are two categories at this year’s competition. Youth, ages up to 18, will  fill out one category, while anyone 19-plus will compete in the adult division.

There will be cash and prizes for winners in each category.

Country Fest runs July 27 and 28 at the Albion Fairgrounds.

The Ridge Meadows Got Talent competition runs Sunday, July 28 from 3:45 to 6 p.m. on the main stage.

Anyone interested in submitting an audition is being encouraged to upload their video to Youtube, then email the link to rmgottalent@gmail.com.

In addition, Country Fest organizers are asking participants to include a 200 word biography.

Those selected to perform at the competition will be notified by email on July 23.

This year’s competition will be co-hosted by last year’s youth division winner, Ria Diy.

The singer/songwriter and Grade 10 student from Thomas Haney secondary also has her own TV show, titled eveRIAthing.

In addition, 2012 adult winner Darren Exley will perform.

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