The X Factor 2018 has announced open auditions for London this weekend (June 3).
The UK’s favourite singing show, The X Factor, is back and on the lookout for the next big breakout music stars with the audition team back on the road, scouring the country for budding hopefuls to take part in series 15 of the hit music show.
This year the team will be coming to the heart of the British rock revolution, London! With previous X Factor stars hailing from the capital city such as winners Alexandra Burke and Leona Lewis, London is not shy of talent.
On Sunday 3rd June, as part of the audition tour, The X Factor team will be looking out for the next London superstar and possible winner of the show.
X Factor 2018 London auditions
It couldn’t be simpler to apply. The audition tour will be a nationwide search and groups or solo singers aged 14+ can apply online, registering for the upcoming event or turn up in person on the day. The X Factor team will be at the SSE Arena Wembley, from 9am until 5pm.
Everyone who turns up on the day will be guaranteed an audition.
Further details on locations for the audition tour can be found at https://www.itv.com/xfactor/news/open-auditions-2018
All details, including terms and conditions, can be found on the ITV website, www.itv.com/xfactor.
If acts impress the X Factor audition team with their vocals they will then be in with a chance of auditioning in front of the X Factor judges when the judges’ auditions take place later in the year.
As always the auditions are open to all genres and types of singers, including those performing their own original material.
So if you think you are the next Rak-Su, Grace Davies, Louisa Johnson, One Direction or Little Mix and think you have what it takes to be chosen to be on the next series of The X Factor, make sure you apply to audition.
As well as the in person auditions, you can try out by uploading a video online or even via WhatsApp.
To find out all the ways to apply and audition for next year’s The X Factor, visit the website: www.itv.com/xfactor