Garden Grove

“Voice of GG” contest goes online

AMBER TRAN was the 2015 winner of “The Voice of Garden Grove” competition. The event will move to an online format this year (City of Garden Grove photo).

The Garden Grove Community Foundation is looking for vocally talented local high school students to compete in the 9th annual The Voice of Garden Grove singing competition for a chance to win $500 and the title “The Voice of Garden Grove 2020.” Another $500 will be donated towards the winning student’s high school choir program. In the event that the winner attends either a private school or is homeschooled, the money for the choir program will go to the Garden Grove Unified School District Visual & Performing Arts Department.

To be considered an official contestant of The Voice of Garden Grove, students must be in grade level 9-12 and enrolled in a GGUSD high school or live in Garden Grove (includes private school and home-school).

Due to COVID-19, the competition will be moving to an online format. Students who are interested in participating are encouraged to sign up by visiting or emailing Information regarding guidelines for audition tapes will be shared via email with participants, and all audition tapes must be submitted by Tuesday, June 30th, 2020.

The Garden Grove Community Foundation supports education and the arts in the community and recognizes the degree of young talent within the city. The Voice of Garden Grove is one way the Foundation can provide performance and scholarship opportunities for local high school students, and support the arts in the community.

For more information, contact the Garden Grove Community Foundation at (714) 741-5168.



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