KC Royals now accepting singing submissions for National Anthem auditions
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — If you’ve dreamed of performing the National Anthem or “God Bless America” at a Kansas City Royals game, it’s time to turn your dream into action.
(Note: This story is from 2015. On March 2, the Royals said they planned to announce the 2016 “Royals Fans Got Talent” dates soon.)
The Royals are holding their sixth annual “Royals Fans Got Talent” auditions on Saturday, March 14 starting at 8 a.m. at Kauffman Stadium. However, you can’t just show up there. You have to receive an invitation. To be considered for the invitation, fans need to complete and submit paperwork accompanied by an MP3 or YouTube link of performance via email to ‘2015Auditions@Royals.com’. Information for submission can also be found by visiting royals.com/perform. All National Anthem and God Bless America auditions and paperwork must be submitted via email to ‘2015Auditions@Royals.com’ no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, March 6.
Submitting an application does not guarantee an audition. Applicants will be reviewed and approved performers will be sent an invitation via email on Tuesday, March 10 with remaining details of their auditions.
If the application is approved, the performer(s) auditioning needs to be present on the day of auditions. All National Anthem and “God Bless America” performances must be 90 seconds or less and in the traditional version of the song and must be done a cappella.
- Pyrotechnics and/or harmful materials are prohibited.
- All participants will audition on a volunteer basis with the understanding that no compensation will occur for their participation.
For more information on the 2015 “Royals Fans Got Talent” auditions, please email 2015Auditions@royals.com.