Online voting is now open in this year’s Future Sound of Nottingham competition

The competition winners will join Jess Glynne on the Splendour bill

The competition winners will join Jess Glynne on the Splendour bill

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The cream of Notts talent has reached the next stage of Future Sound of Nottingham, the annual contest which gives one lucky act the opportunity to perform at Splendour in front of 20,000 people.

Organised by community project NUSIC and supported by Nottinghamshire Music Hub, the eventual winners will open the main stage at Wollaton Park on July 23, joining headliners Jess Glynne, The Human League and UB40 on the bill.

After securing the most points in round one, eclectic rapper Ski and soul artist Oscar Speed have gone straight through to the final at Rock City on June 19.

The other successful semi-finalists are: Babe Punch, Homesick, Alice Short, Katie Lyle, Lisa Hendricks and the Project-Us Band, Wolf Club, One Giant Causeway, Megan Kelsey, The Young, Sonder, Indian Summer and Super Furniture.

The public vote is open now at www.nusic.org.uk/fsn unti Wednesday, May 18.