PNE talent selection process underway

B.C.’s biggest talents are invited to submit their entries for the all-new PNE Star Showdown talent competition at the 2011 Fair at the PNE. 

With $10,000 in total prize money plus more than $22,000 in New Image College scholarships up for grabs to even more competitors in 2011, the competition is sure to be fierce. Whether you’re a singer, dancer, musician or comedian – all amateur performers are welcome to enter.

 The new PNE Star Showdown will consist of three days of semifinals as well as prizing for first, second and third places during both the semifinals and finals.  This year, the maximum allowable number of participants in a group has increased from five to eight.    

The PNE Star Showdown is open to all non-professional British Columbians who are at least six years of age.   

All entries must be received by the PNE no later than 4:30 p.m. on June 8.  

Entries can be submitted online at or mailed to or dropped off at the PNE administration building. For more information about the Fair at the PNE visit:


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