Foreigner, 101KGB and the Grammys are joining forces to bring a special opportunity to one lucky high school choir here in San Diego.
Radio station 101.5 KGB-FM is known for sending classic rock through San Diego airways. So, if you’re a choir director or teacher at a high school here in San Diego, submit a video (no longer than three minutes) of your choir performing a classic rock song a cappella.
On Thursday, May 11, entries will be posted on 101.5 KGB-FM's website for voting to determine the top five high school choirs. The deadline to submit entries is Monday, May 15, at 5 p.m. Voting ends on May 26, and the top five choirs will be invited to perform at Chula Vista's Mattress Firm Amphitheatre with Foreigner on Aug.29. A Foreigner band member, a Grammy Foundation representative and a 101.5 KGB-FM personality will all judge the a cappella performance.
The first-place choir will receive a $2,500 grant from the Grammy Foundation along with the opportunity to sing onstage with Foreigner’s hit "I Want to Know What Love Is." The four runner-ups will each score a $500 grant.
More information, including official contest rules and judging criteria, here.
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