America’s Got Talent Season 9 begins open auditions in October

NBC announced today that its hit reality series America’s Got Talent will kick off open auditions for Season 9 beginning Oct. 26 in various cities, starting in Miami. AGT is currently about to finish Season 8, and will crown the winner of this season live Sept. 18 at 9pm ET.

America’s Got Talent is open to any age and any talent. Auditions are a chance to showcase a talent in 90 seconds to the AGT producers, in hopes of eventually being able to take the stage in front of the AGT judges Howie Mandel, Mel B., Heidi Klum and Howard Stern. A release says that every type of performer is welcome (for example, last season’s competitors included musicians, dancers, magicians, contortionists, comedians, singers, jugglers, animal acts and more).

America’s Got Talent Season 9 audition cities include the following (with additional cities to be announced):

Oct. 26-27: Miami – Miami Hyatt Regency

Nov. 2-3: Atlanta – AmericasMart Atlanta

Dec. 7-8: Denver – Colorado Convention Center

Jan. 25-26: Indianapolis – Indiana Convention Center

Feb. 8-9: Los Angeles – Los Angeles Biltmore

For AGT audition updates, registration forms, audition tips, venue information, to submit an online audition and more info, visit www.AGTAuditions.com.

America’s Got Talent Season 8 continues with the reveal of the final six acts tonight, Sept. 11; the performance of the final six acts in the final round of competition Sept. 17; and the crowning of the Season 8 champion Sept. 18 in the live AGT finale results show, featuring special performances by musical guests.

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AGT judges: Virginia Sherwood/NBC

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One Response to America’s Got Talent Season 9 begins open auditions in October

  1. Joce'Lynne Marie says:

    I can’t wait for AGT season 9. I hope I can make it somewhat far in the competition so that even if I do get voted off, I will hopefully get picked up by someone or some company!

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