Future Stars Dazzle, Sparkle and Shine

. January 2, 2018.
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The most popular talent show in Michigan returns to Pioneer High’s Schreiber Auditorium as the best singers, rappers, dancers and musicians from area high schools compete for the coveted title of Future Stars 2018. Several alums from this electric, dynamic show have gone on to successful careers on Broadway and/or in Hollywood. Competitors are critiqued by a panel of guest judges and the ultimate winner is voted on by the audience. Come cheer on the next generation of stars before they hit it big!

Preliminary Rounds: $10. 7pm & 9:30pm.
Friday, January 19 and Saturday, January 20.
Finals Competition: $10/students and seniors. $15/general public.
7:30pm. Saturday, January 27.
Schreiber Auditorium in Pioneer High School, 601 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor
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