Who Will Be The Next Winner: American Idol 2014 Audition Cities And Dates Announced
By Staff Writer | May 18, 2013 12:28 AM EDT
Now that Candice Glover has been proclaimed season champion, the search for the next American Idol is on with the announcement of the American Idol 2014 auditions cities and dates. Despite the backlash over the American Idol judges this year and the decline in ratings, it is still expected that hundreds of thousands of people are still considering auditioning for this long-running, iconic show.
According to Wetpaint, a blog dedicated to covering the American Idol genre, the show continues to lives up to its slogan of “Others dream, Idol delivers.” The show continues to turn out stars, year after year, and 2013 is proving not to be an exception for the successful show.
Six cities have been announced so far for the 2014 American Idol auditions, but more may come depending on how the searches go in those areas. AmericanIdol.net notes that aspiring contestants need to register before the audition and must do so online.
The show began reaching out in different ways in 2013, going to remote places where people might not have the means to getting to bigger audition cities where Idol usually goes. The show has also allowed friends and family to nominate someone who they feel is worthy to be part of the rigorous audition process.
The 2014 auditions are also being done online. Since last night, immediately after the finale, online casting service eTribez is accepting electronic submissions for those who want to be part of the next season’s show.
On site auditions for American Idol 2014 begins in San Francisco (July 16, 2013) at AT&T Park; Detroit, MI (July 21, 2013) at Ford Field; Atlanta, GA (July 26, 2013) at Gwinnet Center; Boston, MA (August 2, 2013) at Gillette Stadium); Austin, TX (August 7, 2013) at Frank Erwin Center; and Omaha, NE (August 11, 2013) at CenturyLink Center.
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