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Mayor of London's Big Busk

Mayor of London’s Big Busk

The Mayor of London is looking for London’s best young musicians to enter the city’s favourite busking competition. Young musicians aged 11-25, who are either soloists or in a group of up to 20 members, are eligible to apply.

Applicants will need to send a musical performance, or apply for a live audition, and fill in a registration form to enter. The lucky acts will perform live throughout the Olympic summer, culminating in a live final in September.

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