DJ Nick Skitz will be entertaining kids at the first Hot House Party in the region in two years. Tickets for the event go on sale today.
DJ Nick Skitz will be entertaining kids at the first Hot House Party in the region in two years. Tickets for the event go on sale today. Contributed

Get in quick for Hot House tickets

TICKETS for the first Hot House Party in Coffs Harbour in two years are on sale now and you better get in quick – they’re expected to sell like the proverbial hotcake.

After a long hiatus, the new-look event will be coming to Club Coffs on Saturday, May 15, in a bid to give the youth of our region something fun to do after dark – without drugs and alcohol in the vicinity.

Organisers will present a streamlined 2010 version of what was without doubt the most successful teen event to be held in the city.

There will be two gigs; one for primary school age children and another for high school students.

What’s most exciting is one of Australia’s most recognised DJ’s, Nick Skitz, is set to lead the party at the high school event, while DJ Maxx and DJ Skribbel – both new to the Hot House family – will be entertaining at the primary school aged event.

Only 500 tickets will be made available.

Tickets for the event are on sale now only at Club Coffs and Park Beach Music.



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