SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Singers, droppers, pop-and-lockers, guitar shredders, magicians and all manner of street performers are invited to audition to perform at Warriors games and Thrive City events, team officials said.

The team’s Golden Auditions program launched this week, providing an opportunity for Bay Area entertainers of all ages and performance styles to upload demo reels for the chance to perform at Chase Center during the Warriors’ 2021-22 season.

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Those wishing to submit demo reels to the Golden Auditions site can visit to do so, team officials said. The application is free and entertainers will be required to submit either a video or a link showcasing their talent.

Bay Area entertainers including l6-year-old guitar player Asher Belsky, singer/ actress Nayah Damasen and several members of the San Francisco Jazz Collective have performed at Warriors games.

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The first in-game performances via the Golden Auditions program will be on Oct. 6 when the Warriors tip-off their preseason schedule against the Denver Nuggets at Chase Center.


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