THERE'S still time to enter the Mean Fiddler's all-talent show.
It starts this Thursday, June 21, at 8pm with a free performance by The Voice evictees Mahalia Barnes and Ben Hazlewood, who just missed out being in the top four.
Organisers are encouraging entrants to come from everywhere.
You can also just go along to the competition to support your favourite act.
"I never did singing competitions when I was young and I think this is a cool opportunity for kids from western Sydney looking to have an avenue into the music industry," said fellow Voice evictee Mali Koa Hood.
Watch the Sun's interview with Mali Koa Hood about the contest, filmed by Carlos Furtado, below:
Hood will judge the eight-week contest with her former high school music teacher, Adam Day, of Norwest Christian College. She credits Day with encouraging her love of music.
"I feel really honoured to be able to give good, constructive criticism to those people — I'm hoping we get talent across all different things," Hood said.
The winner of the competition will get a four-week residency at the Mean Fiddler and $300.
Contest details: 9629 4811.