Last round of Lip Sync Challenge

The Lip Sync Challenge is heading into the final round at the Copper Mug Pub March 30.

  • Mar. 25, 2016 4:00 p.m.

Heading into the final round on March 30, the Lip Sync Challenge hosted by the Copper Mug Pub has been an enthusiastic way to raise money for a good cause, according to event organizer Lisa Laflamme.

Nearly $2,000 has been raised for the South Okanagan Women in Need Society (SOWINS) with three rounds completed the final round left to go.

The event has proven to be  popular.

“It’s been packed pretty much every night that we’ve had it,” Laflamme said. “People have been loving it, we’ve had a really good response.”

The best lip sync enthusiasts have been narrowed down to 10 finalists.

Laflamme said she has already heard from people who weren’t ready this time around that they want to compete if the event returns.

Those looking to attend the final round are encouraged to reserve a table at the Copper Mug for $10, which will go directly to SOWINS, but you can take a chance at the door, Laflamme said.

The final round will also include a 50/50 draw with door prizes. The best lip sync-er determined by the judges will walk away with a mountain bike.

The event is the first to be put on by Laflamme’s new company, Innovative Events, in partnership with Hard Hitting Games.

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