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WELSACO — The Weslaco Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a talent showcase at this year’s Texas Onion Fest, to be held at the Weslaco City Park on March 24-25.
Valley musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, or any other family-friendly talent acts are in invited to participate. Preliminary performance time is limited to three minutes.
The talent showcase will begin with preliminary competition at the city’s downtown jazz and art event on Thursday, March 22, at 5 p.m. From there, finalists will be chosen to perform at Texas Onion Fest on Sunday, March 25, on the Magic Valley Electric Co-Op Main Stage.
Contestants will be competing for a cash prize, with first place to be awarded $200; second place, $100; and third place, $75.
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