The much-anticipated talent show in Nigeria, “Big Dreams Nigeria”, geared towards discovering and developing young talents who don’t have the means of pursuing their dreams in music, acting, and stand-up comedy across Nigeria and packaged by Peace Ambassador Agency and top showbiz promoters, organizations, and key industry players is set to hit center stage in 2020.
This was made known to Journalist at a World Press Conference held at Grand Cubana Hotel, Abuja on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, which also had in attendance top Nollywood actor, Uzee Usman, Iconic Nigeria musician of Styl-Plus, Mr. Tunde Tdot, Top comedian and Compere, Shortcut, Amb. Daniel and TV Personality, Amb. Rachel Bacham also is known as Rachel That Piper in attendance.
He added that other talent show/hunt organizers have a fixed price for any contestant who feel have what it takes to be part of the show, but for Big Dream Nigeria, registration for participation is free, as the initiative is to offer talented and passionate youths a platform to express themselves and be discovered in the creative industry, and thereby reduce unemployment rate.
“The 45 selected young talents will be camped for mentoring and training for five weeks in the camp where the professional filmmakers, artists, and other stakeholders will train and share experiences with the young and at the end, movies and music produced by them will be screened on all international and local TV stations.” He added.
The auditioning which would hold in 11 states, including the FCT, Jos, Lagos, Kaduna, Calabar, Benin, Enugu, Asaba, Owerri, Benin City, Port-Harcourt amongst other cities across Nigeria would also see the 45 contestants reduced on a weekly eviction process, until it gets down to the last three people who will then be announced as winners on May 10, 2020.