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AMERICA’S NEXT GREAT TALENT AGES 8-16!

ARE YOU THE NEXT JUSTIN BIEBER? THE NEXT TAYLOR SWIFT? THE NEXT USHER? 

“Majors and Minors,” a groundbreaking new music-based 15-episode reality series premiering on The Hub network this fall will provide talented young performers the chance of a lifetime – to be taught by the best of the best in the music business, giving them the direction and tools they’ll need to embark on their own journeys toward achieving their dreams.

And the coolest part? No one ever gets voted off! This is not that type of show! Everyone who gets cast will leave better-mentored  for their own road that lies ahead.

Still, one lucky winner will walk away with a RECORDING DEAL, with Sony’s RCA/JIVE Label Group, a MUSIC PUBLISHING DEAL, and the chance to become a FEATURED STAR IN A CROSS-COUNTRY TOUR with the entire cast!

 

THIS IS “MAJORS & MINORS!”  –  WHERE YOUR DREAMS ARE JUST A BEAT AWAY…

 

NOW CASTING ONLINE

 Have your Parent or Legal Guardian Register On Your Behalf at:  www.majorsandminorscasting.com

A Ferris Wheel, performers, food and more on the Avenue of the Arts

Saturday, April 30
11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Overview

The first-ever Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) is taking over the city’s art scene over 25 days featuring 135 events and over 1,500 artists (April 7 – May 1).

Gaining inspiration from the creative atmosphere in Paris over a century ago, Philadelphia is transforming into a 21st Century City of Light with incredible art, music, dance, performance, food, fashion and more.

The celebration reaches a fever pitch with PIFA’s marquis event, a massive Street Fair on the Avenue of the Arts.

Broad Street from Chestnut to Lombard will be taken over by a Parisian-inspired street festival, complete with a giant Ferris Wheel, on Saturday, April 30.

Roving street performers, over 100 vendors, craftsmen and exhibitors will provide entertainment throughout the day. Visitors enjoy a garden park in front of the Doubletree Hotel complete with café seating.

There will also be two stages set up for live music, including performances from Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings and the Watcha Clan.

The Broad Street Fair will come to a close with a breathtaking show from France’s La Compagnie Transe Express, who will perform suspended 100-feet above the crowd.

For more information on the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, visit pifa.org