INthespotlight_Wilmington_Delaware_GrandAre you ready for the IN The Spotlight Finale? Come see who has what it takes to win Wilmington’s ONLY multi-disciplinary talent competition. Contestants from all over the area have proven they have what it takes to perform at The Grand Opera House. Now it’s time to find a winner as they take the stage in one exciting GRAND Finale. The judges have made their decisions, and audiences have voted. Now it’s time to see them compete!

Sunday, June 2nd at 7pm

The following acts will compete in Copeland Hall at

The Grand Opera House for some fabulous prizes!

Brass Act of Delmarva
Caryl Bryson-Moorman
Changing Times
Cole Haden
Colleen Scott
Ellyse Fernanadez and Mark Figgs
Hannah Scarborough
Kevin Sarkissian
Kim Z Magic
Kimberly Castellucci
Lorraine MacMillan
Mike Weyrauch
Nicodemus Williams
Pyerce Oates
Samantha Bream
Sophie Tyler Brown
Wilmington Youth Jazz Band

Tickets are $8 and can be purchased here

or by calling the box office at 302-652-5577.

About The Grand Lady of Market Street

The opulent and historic Grand Opera House has been a landmark for the residents of Wilmington and the surrounding region for more than 135 years. Opened in 1871 as a home for the Grand Lodge of the Masons for the lordly sum of $100,000, The Grand has played host to thousands of renowned entertainers and performing artists over the years, including Ethel Barrymore, Buffalo Bill Cody, John Philip Sousa, political cartoonist Thomas Nast, and the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University.

the Grand Opera House Wilmington DelawareThe Grand Today

The Grand and baby grand are beehives of artistic activity. The Grand presents more than 75 shows each season, ranging from symphony orchestras and ballets to the latest rock and comedy stars, with jazz, folk, and family artists as well. The Delaware Symphony, Opera Delaware, and First State Ballet Theatre are all in residence at The Grand, presenting full schedules in each of their disciplines. Between The Grand, its resident performing companies, and rentals, the building hosts more than 300 events a year bringing more than 120,000 people into downtown Wilmington and through its doors.

The Grand Opera House

818 N Market Street Wilmington, DE 19801