Karaoke World Championships 2016 coming to Edgewater Casino

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Karaoke champions of 2015 - Muhammad Fairus bin Adam, of Singapore, and Elsaida Alerta of Canada (KWC)

Vancouver will host the largest amateur singing competition in the world in November, when the Karaoke World Championships come to the Edgewater Casino.

Amateur singers from more than 25 countries will be coming to Vancouver to compete for prizes – and the title of world’s best karaoke singer.

It will be the first time the event has ever been held in North America and KWC Director Jalo Kotinurmi is excited to welcome singers and fans alike.

“The national champions of 2016 from around the world get the exciting opportunity not only to perform on the world stage but to see lively Vancouver during the competition week,” said Kotinurmi in a release.

“We welcome everyone to witness amazing performances once again this November.”

Tickets are on sale now and cost $150 for full access to the whole competition, from November 1-6.

Here’s a taster of what to expect:

Karaoke World Championships

Where: Stadium Club @ Edgewater Casino – 760 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver
When: November 1 – 6, doors at 6 p.m., show starts 7 p.m.
Tickets: kwcvancouver2016.com

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