Washington Wizards new fan interactive halftime show getting rave reviews

The most talented amateur performers in the DMV will be performing at Wizards home games all season long. Fan voting will determine who advances. Photo: Photo: Monumental Network

WASHINGTON, December 11, 2013 — The Washington Wizards Monumental Network Talent Showcases some of the DMV’s best amateur performers. The Washington Wizards’ Fan Interactive Talent Show includes dancers, singers, unicyclists, jugglers, spinners, musicians, and gymnasts. The initial set of performers has made it through the first audition and now must compete against another contestant at each Wizards game during half time.

The Performers with the most votes will advance to the next round of competition. The votes are made on the Wizards’ website and it determines whether or not the contestant will get to perform at a future Wizards game in 2014.

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The judging of each performance is calculated based on official judge grades, fan votes (via cell phone text or website voting on the Wizards Home Page).

By the end of the Wizards 2013-2014 season, a single talent show half time performer will be named Champion. This is truly a unique fan friendly experience. Now, Verizon Center fans will have a say in who stays and who goes for half time performances.

View the latest performances below and cast your votes!


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Voting ends seven days after the conclusion of their performance.

The Performers are counting on you, so come out to see the much improved Washington Wizards and vote now.

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