Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

Still time for talented teens to enter the Rising Stars Music Competition

Talented teens are encouraged to try out in the Earth Day Texas Rising Stars Music Competition and Talent Showcase.
Texas Music Project

Earth Day Texas (EDTx) and Texas Music Project (TMP) are proud to announce the inaugural Earth Day Texas Rising Stars Music Competition and Talent Showcase. Musicians between the ages of 13 and 19 will compete for a chance to perform at Earth Day Texas 2014. The annual event will take place April 26 and 27 at historic Fair Park in Dallas.

If you are a teen or a parent of a teen, encourage your child to enter this talent competition where they get a chance to win recording time, industry consultation and other prizes.

Texas teens can enter the competition as a performer or songwriter by visiting the Texas Music Project Facebook Page.
Fans will vote for their favorite contestants on Texas Music Project’s Facebook page. On the second day of the music
showcase, five performer finalists will take the stage to play for a panel of judges composed of music industry

“Music and education are extremely important to EDTx,” said Michael Cain, executive director of EDTx. “As our organization grows, we’re always looking for new ways to inspire people to make a difference. The EDTx Rising Stars Music Showcase is a great way to celebrate young talent and show event attendees that no matter how young you are, you can make a difference in this world.”

“We’re honored to be able to produce the music showcase for EDTx 2014,” said Michael Clay, executive director and

co-founder of TMP. “Entertainment is the perfect instrument to bring people together. We believe that music has the

power to connect and inspire people, and this year’s event will provide the perfect stage for us to do just that.”

EDTx is a free two-day event featuring entertainment, education and engagement for the whole family. As it moves

into its fourth year, Earth Day Dallas, founded by Trammell S. Crow, has educated, entertained and engaged over

150,000 attendees. This year’s Eco Expo, which will boast almost 900 hands-on exhibits, is the largest of its kind.

EDTx 2014 and the organization’s ongoing community outreach efforts would not be possible without the generous

support of its 2014 partners including BMW, NBC 5, The Home Depot, Samsung, DART, Radio Disney, Sewell

Automotive, U.S. Trust and many others. Visit the website for more information about Earth Day Texas 2014.

Don't miss out on art, music and pop culture with Dallas Culture and Events or Like the Dallas Culture and Events page on Facebook. Suggest an event via the email address above.

Report this ad