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Casting Call - Canadian Idol 4

Thinking of following in the footsteps of Ryan Malcolm, Kalan Porter and Melissa O'Neil? Well, you better think fast cuz there's only a month left to audition for the fourth season of Canadian Idol!

Canadian Idol 4 - Audition Checklist

A few changes have been made to the Canadian Idol audition process. For the first time, the age limit has been raised to 28, so if you're between the ages of 16-28 as of February 1, 2006, you're eligible. As well, you can arrive anytime between 8AM and 5PM on the day of auditions - that way, you won't have to wait in line overnight! You know the rest - bring two pieces of ID (one must include a recent photo), a signed release form that you can either download right here or grab at the audition venue, and be prepared to sing two songs a capella (without music). Good luck!

Canadian Idol 4 - Audition Cities

The Canadian Idol tour makes its way across Canada, holding auditions in 11 cities.
  • Edmonton, AB - February 18-19, 2006
  • Yellowknife, NT - February 23, 2006
  • Vancouver, BC - February 25-26, 2006
  • Regina, SK - March 4-5, 2006
  • Winnipeg, MB - March 11-12, 2006
  • Montreal, QC - March 17-18, 2006
  • Ottawa, ON - March 25-26, 2006
  • Halifax, NS - April 8-9, 2006
  • St. John's, NL - April 18, 2006
  • Kitchener-Waterloo, ON - April 22-23, 2006
  • Toronto, ON - April 28-30, 2006
  • Canadian Idol web site

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