Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Frisco High School Auditorium
City House invites you to join us for a wonderful night featuring some of the best young talent in Frisco. The event – Frisco’s Got Talent – is an all-star talent show made up of some of the best acts from seven different Frisco high schools.
Frisco’s Got Talent is City House’s first event of 2014 to raise money as part of our capital campaign to open two transitional living homes for homeless youth in Frisco, as well as a youth resources center. The event will feature two top performers from each of Frisco High School, Centennial High School, Liberty High School, Heritage High School, Lone Star High School, Wakeland High School and Legacy Christian Academy.
Emcees for the event are David Magee and Burton Gilliam. Magee, who was named “Mentalist of the Decade” last year, is an incredible entertainer who can mesmerize anyone with his talents. Gilliam has appeared in many films, best known for his role as Lyle in Blazing Saddles.
A limited number of tickets will be sold: Adults – $20, Students – $15, 12 & Under – $10
City House will also hold a donation vote for the “Fan Favorite” of Frisco’s Got Talent, which will be named at the end of the show. The week leading up to the event, as well as the night of, City House will be collecting donations. Parents, friends, fans can vote on their favorite act by making a donation to City House, and whichever act collects the most money will be named “Fan Favorite.” More info to come…
There will be a VIP After-party for all performers, their families and event sponsors.
Thank you to all our sponsors:
Sponsorships are available for Frisco’s Got Talent, including Presenting Sponsor, or Gold Star, Silver Star or Bronze Star Sponsors. If you are interested in being a sponsor or would like more information, please email Ann Harris at email@example.com
About City House:
For over 25 years, City House has been providing emergency shelter and transitional residential services to children and young adults of Collin County who are in need due to abuse, neglect or homelessness. Homeless youth is a reality facing every community in our country, and we in Frisco need to respond to this growing problem. Our plan to open two transitional living homes, one for boys and one for girls, ages 18 to 22, is currently underway. The housing program will provide shelter, along with counseling, mentoring and case management.