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FOX announces 'American Idol 3' August 3 Los Angeles audition details

By Reality TV World staff, 07/29/2003 

FOX has announced that auditions for the third edition of "American Idol" are set to start in Los Angeles on Sunday, August 3, 2003 starting at 8:00 AM at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Participants can start lining up AFTER 12:00 Noon on Friday, August 1.


WHO: Men and women 16 to 24 years old on August 3, 2003, and eligible to work in the United States. Restrictions apply please see for specifics.

WHEN: Sunday, August 3 starting 8:00 AM
Can line up beginning Friday, August 1, at 12:00 NOON

1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Pasadena, Ca 91103

LINE: Auditioners Line Starts at GATE "A"

Auditions will continue in Houston (August 13), Atlanta (August 20), and New York (August 25). Exact locations will be announced shortly. Participants will vie for a spot on "American Idol" and a chance at the title and a major recording contract. The next season of "American Idol" is set to debut in January of 2004.

Additional information, forms and requirements are available at All press requests should be emailed to

The five time Emmy nominated AMERICAN IDOL, is executive produced by Simon Fuller, 19 Television; Cecile Frot-Coutaz, Chief Operating Officer, Production, FremantleMedia North America Inc; Nigel Lythgoe, Chief Executive, 19 Television and Ken Warwick of FremantleMedia serve as co-executive producers.

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