Buskers the 'hot ticket'

TICKETS for the 2008 Coffs Harbour International Buskers and Comedy Festival are selling like proverbial hotcakes, so if you want a seat at some of the hottest events going, you'd better be quick.

The festival, which is largely free to the public, has introduced several special ticketed events which include the Gala Dinner, the Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson show and the very popular Kids Day.

Festival organisers have said all three ticketed shows are looking like sell-outs - and that's before the official program has been released.

The Gala Dinner show at the Coffs Harbour Ex-Services Club on Friday, September 26, is already half full, and the very popular Kids Day at the BCU International Stadium on Tuesday, September 30 has 275 bookings.

In another first for the festival, Aussie larrikin Kevin 'Bloody' Wilson will appear, and that show is also selling fast with more than 100 tickets already sold.

With the official program yet to be released, organisers want to stress that people who wish to attend the ticketed events should log on at the website.

“It's important the ticketed events are well attended as this sets the scene for the whole festival,” festival producer John Logan said.

Visit www.coffsharbourbuskers.com for more information.

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