LipSync Battle For Your Lungs

Presented by: House of TARG, PBR
Doors: 9pm / Show at 10pm
Cover: $5 doors
Contestant Sign-up: 8:30 - 9:45

The 2nd Annual LipSync Battle for your Lungs is back and in full speed. Last year we had acts bring on great perfornances such as Limp Bizkit, Rick James, Ray Charles and how can we forget our Winners Lady Gaga and Gnarles Barkley!! What this year will bring is up to all of you!! SIGN UP NOW, either here, PM us on our Intrepid Events page on Facebook or you can e-mail us at info@intrepidevents.ca

FURTHER INFO:
LipSync Battle- For Your Lungs is a fundraising night in support of The Ontario Lung Assocation, where individuals and/or groups perform musical numbers without singing a note. A chance for the not so musically inclined to entertain and amuse the audience without being judged on their singing voice. Think of the X Factor or American Idol, with a panel of judges rating their musical number from 1 - 10 based on how entertaining they are, not if they can carry a tune. The winner group and individual will win an awesome trophy donated by Quest Awards Inc.!!! PLS NOTE: Songs will be stopped after approximately 2 minutes, so make sure to give it your all from start to finish :)

Doors Open @ 8:30pm and battle begins at 9:00pm
(Sign ups close at 9:45pm on the night of)
Tickets are $5.00 at the door

The night will be hosted by the ever so talented Brian Vance. We are also pleased to announce that our panel of expert judges are comedian Ashley Krawchenko, radio host Ryan Lindsay, and House of Targ's very own Remi Royale!

NOVEMBER IS LUNG MONTH:
A big aspect of our event is fundraising for Ontario Lung Association. Ontario Lung Association are among Canada’s longest standing, most respected not-for-profit health promotion organizations. They are the leader in the prevention and control of chronic lung disease, asthma, tobacco cessation and prevention, and air quality and its effects on lung health. Overall The Lung Association has invested more than $27 million into lung health research carried out in Ontario! http://www.on.lung.ca/page.aspx?pid=363