Even though you’ve practiced your performance countless times and are completely familiar with it, do you think you would falter when the time comes to take the stage and dazzle the audience? In actuality, even the most seasoned performers experience it occasionally. It’s possible that your nerves will sometimes win, but this doesn’t mean that your performance is over before it even starts. With the help of these top 10 singing stage performance tips, you can learn how to overcome your stage performance phobias. It takes more than just having a good voice and the ability to hit all the right notes to be a performer. It also has to do with how at ease you are in front of a crowd, how well you relate to them, and how engaging you are without sounding forced or forced. When you first step onto the stage and are prepared to begin singing, one of the first things you should do is remove the microphone from the mic stand and place it behind you. This quick move clears up space around you on stage and gives the audience an instant sense of being closer to you. The microphone stand turns into a safe haven for a lot of singers, including myself when I first started out. something to run from and grab onto for dear life. The issue is that staying in the same (boring) spot all the time prevents you from moving around the stage and making the most of your available space. It can also make you appear less confident. If the microphone is fixed to a long pole in the middle of the stage, you won’t be able to move around freely while singing and feel the emotion of the song.