The next generation of performers hit the stage at the Lighthouse Theatre on Tuesday night to compete in Warrnambool's Got Talent.
Over 250 people filled the theatre to watch a wide range of performers sing, dance, and fly as they showed off their hidden talents.
Organiser Aidan Nicolson said it was incredible how quickly the acts signed up to perform.
"We were worried we wouldn't be able to fill the show," Nicolson said.
"We have got students from year seven through to year 12, from Brauer, Warrnambool and Emmanuel Colleges.
"There is a big range of performers from singers to dancers to aerial artists and contortionists, a rock band and a drama ensemble."
Local musician and performer Keelan Mast and radio presenter Kate Meade took on the role of judges for the show.
Kate Meade said she was looking for a performer who displayed passion and gave their show 'everything' as she helped to select the winner.
"What Warrnambool people might not realise is we are a hub for talented and gifted teens," Meade said.
"This show is a really lovely way to to come together and showcase what they can do."
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