Want to perform the national anthem at a Locomotive match?

If you think Whitney Houston’s unforgettable rendition before the 1991 Super Bowl game has nothing on yours, and are fully aware the anthem does not begin with the lyrics "Jose, can you see?" the El Paso Locomotive wants to hear from you.

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The playing or singing of The Star-Spangled Banner before a sporting event has been a tradition in America that dates back to World War II.

It's considered an honor to stand in the middle of the playing field or hardwood court and belt out our national anthem.

El Paso Locomotive FC
El Paso Locomotive FC

But you don’t have to possess vocal prowess to get up in front of the home town crowd at an El Paso Locomotive FC match.

The team is looking for “performers,” not just singers. Musicians are welcomed, too.

Grammy Award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey, Artistic Director of El Paso Pro Musica, and Professor of Cello at the University of Texas at El Paso, gave what many in attendance are calling an amazing performance of The Star Spangled Banner at a recent match.

El Paso Locomotive FC
El Paso Locomotive FC

So if you can make the electric guitar wail, or make Lizzo proud with your mastery of the flute you too can flex your talent before a future home game.

If you are interested in auditioning click on THIS LINK and fill out the form.

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