RTÉ’s The Voice of Ireland is back

Applications for fourth series now being accepted online

RTÉ’s hugely successful talent show the Voice of Ireland is back for a fourth series and producers are looking for Ireland’s most exciting, fresh, and unique talent.

The show has established itself as a firm favourite with viewers, with an average audience of over 600,000. The show provides the perfect platform for budding or even established singers to break into the music industry, with the winning contestant securing a recording contract from Universal Records.

Filming will begin in the autumn, with four coaches keen to find the best talent Ireland has to offer and the application process is now open. You can apply online through www.rte.ie/thevoice by submitting an MP3 recording, video or YouTube clip, soundcloud, or any digital format that showcases your voice.

Produced by Screentime ShinAwiL and airing in January, the show will follow the nail-biting format where contestants are judged solely on their voices. The four celebrity coaches will sit with their backs to the contestants and have to decide whether this is the voice they want on their team. And if more than one coach turns then be prepared for begging and pleading as the coaches try to persuade the singers to join their team.

Screentime ShinAwiL are delighted to be commissioned by RTÉ to produce the fourth series of The Voice of Ireland. They’re also thrilled to have Müller once again as series sponsor. They look forward to putting together a great coach line up for Irish viewers as this series will be the biggest yet.

Organisers have been inundated with enquiries about applications all year and are excited to see what type of talent Ireland will throw up this year. Will it be a rap, rockabilly, pop, or a budding Garth Brooks or Dolly Parton country singer?

Applications are open until Friday August 31.

If you’re over 18 and think you could convince a coach to turn for you in the blind auditions, then you can apply at rte.ie/thevoice

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