Lip Sync Battle for Charity

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Name: Lip Sync Battle for Charity
Date: November 15, 2017
Time: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM CST
Event Description:
Local nonprofits will battle for $1,000 in what is sure to be a night filled with legendary performances! In addition to priceless entertainment, you'll enjoy an extensive silent auction offering, raffle opportunities, and hors d'oeuvres. The Friends of The Salvation Army is now accepting applications for teams to compete for a $1,000 grand prize for their favorite charity in its second annual Lip Sync Battle on November 15 at The Brink Lounge. Nonprofit organizations and like-minded philanthropists battle it out for a common cause: fighting to end the cycles of homelessness and poverty in Dane County. “There is no simple, magic answer to break these vicious cycles,” said LaShell Lentz, Chair of this year’s Lip Sync Battle. “The event spotlights how [The Salvation Army of Dane County] collaborates with multiple organizations for the betterment of our clients.” The event also coincides with the appearance of the Red Kettles around town, the Army’s instrumental and well-renowned fundraising effort supporting homeless shelters, a food pantry, community center, medical and dental care for the under or non-insured, and the newest addition, the DAWNS rapid rehousing program. During the Lip Sync Battle, teams of up to 8 people perform their favorite song for 90 seconds. The four teams with the highest scores in the following categories move into the final round: • Audience Votes • Performance Creativity • Technical Execution After the top four teams perform for a second time, a winner will be selected and presented with a check to support the charity of their choice. The fun and memorable night also features local celebrity judges, a silent auction, raffle opportunities, hors d’oeuvres, and more. The Red Kettle Lip Sync Battle will be held Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 5-9 p.m. at The Brink Lounge in Madison. You can register a team or purchase tickets to attend by visiting
The Brink Lounge
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, November 15, 2015 5-10 PM
Contact Information:
Kaitlyn Novotny 608-250-2240
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