The Madison Blaze Women’s Football Team is hosting a “Lip Sync Battle” fundraiser on March 11th at Plan B of Madison. Do you have what it takes to win?! Sign up today for a chance to win $150 and be the next 2017 Blaze Lip Sync Champion along with a payout of $100 for 2nd place.
Doors open at 6pm, but arrive no later than 7pm to set everything up for the event. Plan B does have a dressing room area if needed, but we suggest coming as prepared as possible. The competition starts at 8pm sharp. A panel of judges will determine who will be this year’s lip sync battle champion. In the first round everyone will perform 60 seconds of your choice of song and the bottom 6 placed participants will be eliminated. In the second round the participants will be head to head for 90 seconds of your choice of song with a ranking style of #1 VS #6, #2 Vs #5 & #3 VS #4 from the first round placement. Those that move on to the final round will compete by spinning the wheel of songs picked by the Blaze organization that last about 90 seconds.
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All we need from you is:
Song #1 with artist
Song #2 with artist
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