THE HUNT IS ON FOR CANADA'S NEXT GREAT CHILDREN'S PERFORMER WITH THE GREAT KIDS' CBC VIEWER VOTED SONG SEARCH
Mar 14, 2013
Enter for your chance to win a trip to Toronto to perform and shoot a music video
at Kids' CBC Days in July
is on the hunt, searching for Canada's next great children's performer, with THE GREAT KIDS' CBC VIEWER VOTED SONG SEARCH
. If you or your band have what it takes to inspire kids to jump up, sing along and dance to your beat, then send your original song, along with a photo, for a chance to win the grand prize: a trip to Toronto to perform and shoot a music video at Kids' CBC Days
in July. Performers have until April 1
to upload their original song, which must be suitable for ages six and under. The first round of voting runs from April 8-May 8
, followed by the final voting period May 15-29
on THE GREAT KIDS' CBC VIEWER VOTED SONG SEARCH
web page, where the song with the most votes will win the grand prize. Not a performer? No problem! Visit daily and vote for your favourite song, because one lucky voter will also win a trip for a family of four to attend Kids' CBC Days and receive VIP treatment.
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If you think your song has what it takes, you could win the exciting grand prize: the opportunity to perform and shoot a music video at Kids' CBC Days
that will later air on Kids' CBC. The song with the most votes will win the 1st annual contest for Canada's next great children's performer. Tune into the Kids' CBC Music Stream
to check out select featured songs throughout the contest. In addition, one lucky voter will win a trip for a family of four to Toronto to attend Kids' CBC Days as VIP guests! Visit THE GREAT KIDS' CBC VIEWER VOTED SONG SEARCH
web page and vote daily to increase your chances.
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