With the goal of uplifting and supporting the gifted young people of Bermuda, the fundraising event “Bermuda’s Youth Got Talent” is back for its second season.
More than 160 contestants auditioned for a chance to perform in this year’s “Round 2″ live audience event.
After much deliberation, 21 diverse and awe-inspiring acts have been chosen to showcase their amazing talents and compete for a chance to win $5,000.
Locals are being encouraged to come out and support the island’s youth on Friday [Apr. 12] at 6 p.m. at Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts.
“You don’t want to miss these contestants’ last chance to bring their A-game and ‘wow’ the BYGT judges,” said a spokesman.
All proceeds go to the Coalition for the Protection of Children, a charity that is celebrating 20 years of serving the Bermuda community.