Local musicians, spoken artists and writers are asked to come out to the Milford Library on June 18 from 6 to 9 PM and share their talents at an Open Mic night. The event will be held in the Richard M. Johnson Amphitheater.
“This is intended for an adult audience and performers,” Carolyn Tabor, Program Coordinator for the Milford Library, said. “Anyone under the age of 18 must perform with an adult artist. And we want all types of entertainment including poets, writers, spoken-word entertainers, musicians and more.”
Anyone who is interested in performing at the Open Mic night should contact Alex Strack at [email protected] to be added to the performance roster. They can also call the library at 302-422-8996.
“Performances are limited to five to ten minutes per person,” Tabor said. “Even if you don’t want to share your talent, bring a lawn chair and relax on the lawn around the amphitheater to watch some unique performances!”
Open Mic nights are beneficial to performers as it helps build confidence and presentation skills. It can also help a performer test new material while also providing networking experiences for newer performers. Often, performers are inspired simply by watching other artists as they perform as well.
The Milford Library is focused on supporting the community with a variety of innovative resources in a safe and inclusive environment. They encourage lifelong learning and imagination to enrich the quality of life. The library goes beyond books, striving to inspire all ages not only to read, but to learn and discover the world in a variety of ways.
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