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World of Beer searching for Birmingham's Best Cover Band

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World of Beer in Five Points, is launching a competition to find "Birmingham's Best Cover Band." The six-week battle of the bands concert series to take place this summer with the winning band receiving more than $5,000 in cash and prizes.

"We're excited to help our guests discover Birmingham's best cover band while enjoying the world's best beers," said Amir Shah, president of World of Beer - Five Points. "There is a wealth of phenomenal talent in this town, and we are proud to recognize it throughout our six-week event."

The tavern is accepting nominations now for the 20 bands who will be chosen to compete to battle it out. The preliminary rounds will take place each Sunday in June, where five of the bands will play each week. The weekly winner will then compete in the semi-finals to be held Sunday, June 30. Finally, the top two winners will then go head to head on Sunday, July 7, when one band will win the title of "Birmingham's Best Cover Band."

The bands will perform on an outdoor stage at World of Beer - Five Points courtyard. Guests can also enjoy catering from local restaurants.

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