VESTAL--From singing to comedy skits, Vestal High School students showed off their talents Saturday evening and over 700 people came out to watch!
Students had to audition to be a part of the 2013 Talent Fest. A total of 18 acts, many music based, performed at the Vestal High School auditorium. $1000 raised from this year's event will go to the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.
"A couple of students voiced a concern where they had seen there were going to be cutbacks in music throughout the US and it was so important to them that they wanted to make sure they could do something to help out with that," said Cynthia Konrad, Student Government Advisor at Vestal High School.
The first place winner will take home $100. For more information about the non-profit organization, visit vh1savethemusic.com.
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