NBC’s America’s Got Talent is back on the road looking for the most outstanding variety acts this nation has to offer. This summer AGT celebrated its most watched season, averaging 16 million viewers per episode and garnering more than 2.6 billion views across social media platforms.
“America’s Got Talent continues to get bigger and better each and every year,” said AGT Executive Producer Sam Donnelly. “The show never fails to discover the best and most exciting acts the country has to offer. We literally change lives and make careers on the AGT stage. I encourage anyone who thinks they have a talent worth sharing to audition for this next season.”
Season 12 crowned 12-year-old singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer from Oklahoma City as its AGT winner, and you could be the winner of Season 13.
Oh yes. I did just say that. YOU, yes YOU, could be Season 13’s winner. Next year, you could be taking home the $1 million grand prize. You could be following in Darci and past winners’ footsteps and headline the America’s Got Talent Live stage show inside the PH Showroom at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. You could be performing in front of a sold-out show alongside other AGT finalists. And I know that chances may be slim, from a statistics standpoint, but how about I make it a tad easier for you.
How? Well, we’re giving away two (2) front of the line passes to two very lucky people for the New York audition on December 17, 2017 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center; passes that enable you to skip ahead and be the first in line. Simply FOLLOW us on Instagram, like the image, and tell us your special talent. You have until Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 11:59PM EST to enter.
If you need a little motivation, here is Darci Lynne’s Season 12 winning finale performance. Remember. This. Could be. YOU!
This nationwide talent search for Season 13 kicked-off in Orlando on November 5th and continued to nine additional cities after that. Acts of all ages and talents are encouraged to register at www.AGTAuditions.com. Acts not able to make it to one of the cities can submit an online audition video through this same website.
- New York, NY– Jacob K. Javits Convention Center – Dec. 17
- Nashville, TN– Music City Center – Jan. 13
- San Jose, CA– The San Jose McEnery Convention Center – Jan. 19
- Los Angeles, CA– Pasadena Convention Center – Feb. 3