Garry will be joined by three judges: Kevin Eason, head of arts service for Crawley Borough Council, Steve Evans, manager of Crawley Town Football Club and Vision in Youth Collective member Erin Witton.
Further details of the prizes on offer have also been announced.
The top prize is £500 cash and now local recording studio Pittaz Productions Ltd have donated a recording session in their Tilgate-based facility. Spaceship Media Video Production Company, a creative team who specialise in music promos and moving image have donated time and staff to create a promotional video.
Organisers Liz Hart and Vikki Jacobs from Crawley Borough Council have been delighted at the response to the project.
Liz said: “We’ve been working with lots of people whose time and commitment to the project has been invaluable but to have two such fantastic prizes donated by local businesses is just brilliant.”
Crawley’s Got Talent, an intergenerational project that saw over 180 acts, featuring nearly 400 people, audition across town last year.
Crawley’s Got Talent is sponsored by Crawley Town Football Club, Crawley Lions with further support from Crawley Young Persons Council, Vision in Youth Collective and Crawley Borough Council.
Tickets: £8.50 (discount: £6.50). Family of four: £25.
To book tickets for the grand final at The Hawth call The Hawth Box Office on 01293 553636 or visit www.hawth.co.uk.