America’s Got Talent Stops in Milwaukee, Houston & more for Auditions

America's Got Talent auditions 2018 by: Trae Patton/NBC

Following up its most-watched season ever, America’s Got Talent hits the road this week in search of the next best act. The show’s “celebration of acts of all ages” proved true, once again, when they crowned 12-year-old singing ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer from Oklahoma City last season’s winner (Darci’s pictured above on the left with Angelica Hale).

America’s Got Talent continues to get bigger and better each and every year,” says  Sam Donnelly, AGT executive producer.  “The show never fails to discover the best and most exciting acts the country has to offer. We literally change lives and make careers on the AGT stage. I encourage anyone who thinks they have a talent worth sharing to audition for this next season.”

The nationwide talent search kicked-off in Orlando last month, and continues to nine additional cities where producers will be seeking the best variety acts throughout the country.  Acts of any age and any talent are encouraged to register today at www.AGTAuditions.com to audition in one of the cities that AGT will be visiting. Acts not able to make it to one of the cities can submit an online audition video through this same website.

Audition cities include:

Milwaukee, WI – Potawatomi Hotel & Casino – Sun., Dec. 3

Houston, TX – George R. Brown Convention Center – Sat., Dec. 9

Las Vegas, NV – Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino – Wed., Dec. 13

New York, NY – Jacob K. Javits Convention Center – Sun., Dec. 17

Nashville, TN – Music City Center – Sat., Jan. 13

San Jose, CA – The San Jose McEnery Convention Center – Fri., Jan. 19

Los Angeles, CA – Pasadena Convention Center – Sat., Feb. 3

Past winners have come from all over the nation including Dallas, Missouri, Kentucky, Mississippi, West Virginia, Nevada, New York and Oklahoma.