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Information for the

2025 Auburn High School Showchoir Showdown


REgistrattion is live!

Thank you for your interest in the Auburn Show Choir Showdown!  Registration is now live and scheduling will be based on registration time stamp provided that payment is received by August 1.  We are so excited for next year!

Quotes from Directors, Choreographers, and Adjudicators:

"The Auburn Show Choir Showdown is a great, educational experience for my students.  The friendly workers, expert judging panel, and on-time schedule make this contest stand out as one of the best in the south."

- Cam Weiler, Wallace Community College

"Auburn's Show Choir Showdown provides a positive yet competitive atmosphere for students across the Southeast.  This competition is a world-class example of genuine hospitality displayed at an extraordinary level.  You feel right at home."

- Tay Stinson, Choreographer/Adjudicator

"We love attending Auburn's competition!  Their students and parents create a welcoming and supportive environment.  The facilities have the ideal flow for hosting show choirs.  The judging panel is always filled with fresh, well-seasoned judges, who always give easily applicable and appropriate critiques.  Make sure a visit to the plains is on your show choir calendar!"

- Gavin Dover, Oak Mountain High School

"Auburn's Show Choir Showdown is the first competition I schedule my group for each year.  Auburn High School's stage, warm-up and equipment storage spaces, homerooms, and cafeteria are all exceptional.  They have everything your groups could need at a competition; they also have a superb understanding of what it takes to not only run a competition effectively, but also ensure that every student, director, and spectator has a great time at the competition."

- Cody McDonald, Homewood High School

"The Auburn Show Choir Showdown is a great contest for all show choir students, directors, and spectators.  They have a great facility, they have great food, and there is no shortage of southern hospitality."

- Darren Dale, Adjudicator

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