Wanna sing the national anthem at Fiserv Forum before a Milwaukee Bucks game? Actually since it’s 2020, let’s try that again: Wanna have a video of you singing the national anthem play at Fiserv Forum before a Milwaukee Bucks game? Of course you do.
The Bucks are now accepting video submissions for potential 2020-21 anthem singers. (There’s no word yet on potential halftime show singers.) “Auditions are open to singers and musicians of all ages,” reads a press release, “however, individuals under the age of 18 will need permission from a legal guardian in the event their video is chosen. Those submitting a video must sing the national anthem in its entirety to be considered. The Canadian national anthem can also be submitted.”
The deadline is Monday, January 11. HERE are some more guidelines and a submission form. And here’s the full press release:
MILWAUKEE BUCKS NOW ACCEPTING VIRTUAL NATIONAL ANTHEM AUDITIONS
MILWAUKEE (Dec. 16, 2020) – The Milwaukee Bucks are inviting singers and musicians of all genres to submit a video of themselves singing or performing the “Star Spangled Banner” to be played in Fiserv Forum before Bucks games during the 2020-21 season. The audition videos, which are being accepted in lieu of in-person auditions this year, must be shot in landscape mode with high quality audio in order to be considered.
Performances can be submitted beginning today through Jan. 11 and should be uploaded through Greenfly here: https://gf.fan/bucks/anthem2021.
Auditions are open to singers and musicians of all ages, however those under the age of 18 will need permission from a legal guardian in the event their video is chosen. Those submitting a video must sing or perform the national anthem in its entirety to be considered. The Canadian national anthem can also be submitted.
For more information on this year’s virtual national anthem auditions, visit www.bucks.com/anthem.
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