Get ready for the final round of heats in the summer’s biggest talent competition in Balsall Common with supporters urged to come out and support the event.
Balsall’s Got The Voice is already back with its even bigger contest in the search for a star this summer.
With three rounds of heats now underway before the final stages to be held on the main stage of the Balsall Common Festival, talented competitors still have plenty of chances to wow a panel of expert judges.
There is one round of heats to go in the search for three category winners and an overall star - set to win themselves a 12-month recording contract with Brum Beat Music.
And festival chairman Craig Burgess said they want as many supporters to get involved as things heat up.
“We want as many people as possible to feel welcome to come out and enjoy these competitions, from competitors, friends and family, to members of the community,” he said.
“Last year’s qualifiers were lots of fun and people really got into the shows.”
The final heat and quarter finals night will be held at The Berkswell and District Royal British Legion where all are welcome to attend and show support.
The final will take place at the community festival on September 19, where 12 finalists will battle it out in front of live audiences.
The next heat will be held on August 21, starting at 7.45pm with a £2 entry fee.
Visit the website for full details and rules on entry.