The award-winning Peak Performance Project is wrapping up for another year after announcing its top 5 finalists earlier this week. Pared down from a group of 20 artists, who all performed at a weekly showcase in October, the top 3 finalists will take part in the finale showcase this month at the Commodore.
The three acts vying for the highest honor are Said The Whale, Vince Vaccaro and Kyprios.
All artists in the top 20 receive a grant while 5th place lands $5,000, 4th gets $10,000, 3rd has $50,000, 2nd nabs $75,000 and the champion walks away with $100,500 to boost their recording and performance careers in music.
Tickets for the showcase November 18th (where the winner will be announced) are available online for $18.85.
This is the second year of the Peak Performance Project‘s five year commitment to scouring the province for the latest and greatest unsung heroes of music. The program aims to nurture artists (through the P3 Bootcamp) and shine a much-deserved spotlight on BC’s best singers, songwriters, and musicians while involving the public in many steps along the way.