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Walnut Grove Pub hosts karaoke competition

Cash prizes awarded to the top four acts this summer

Do you have what it takes to be a karaoke star?

Walnut Grove Pub is kicking off its weekly karaoke DJ jam nights on Monday, June 25 with a big cash giveaway.

From June 25 to Aug. 16, all soloists, duos and all other acts are invited to audition. The pub hosts karaoke every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

On Aug. 17 at 9 p.m., the elimination round will begin, with the top eight performers going through to the finals, scheduled for Aug. 24.

At the finals, the top four performers will receive cash prizes, and there will be a fans’ choice cash prize as well.

For more information, email

Walnut Grove Pub is located at 20470 88 Ave.

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