The dance parties offer a safe venue for young people.
The dance parties offer a safe venue for young people.

Hot House Party returns

IT’S been a long time coming but now, in a bid to give our youth something to do after hours, JLE Entertainment are resurrecting the hugely popular Hot House Party.

Spreading the message to our youth that ‘you don’t need drugs or alcohol to have fun’, the Hot House Party will give a fun alternative to roaming the streets at night.

“It has been two and a half years since the Hot House Party has been held here in Coffs Harbour,” JLE Entertainment’s John Logan said.

“Towns such as Port Macquarie, Lismore and even as far afield as Cairns, enjoy these events continuously, so its return to the youth of Coffs Harbour is important.

“We needed the right venue and right sponsors to deliver. The Coffs Coast Advocate recognises the importance of such and brings a resource where by the ‘message’ can be delivered to not only the youth but also their parents.”

The Coffs Coast Advocate’s general manager, Craig Frost, said The Advocate is pleased to support the initiative.

“The Advocate has spent a lot of time reporting on alcohol related incidents in the past including our focus on naming and shaming drink drivers,” Mr Frost said.

“Our hope is to be a part of the education process to bring about more responsible behaviour. The Hot House Party is an event aimed at underage people and is designed to provide a safe alcohol free fun experience.”

The Hot House Party began June 1999 at the former Coffs Harbour Catholic Club. The latest event will return to its roots, kicking off at Club Coffs May 15.

Tickets for the junior and senior shows will go on sale on May 1 at Club Coffs or Park Beach.



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