Teenagers can party at Hot House

WHEN the first Hot House Party hits the stage at Club Coffs on May 15, it will be a very different looking event.

It has been two and a half years since the last event was held in Coffs and in that time many things have changed.

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 events one for primary school ages and one for high school ages. The primary school event will feature MC MAXX and young DJ SKRIBBEL – both new to the Hot House family but for high schoolers the music will be a much different affair with nationally recognized DJ NICK SKITZ the featured performer plus Local DJ Stevo and MC MAXX.

Nick Skitz is one of Australia’s most accomplished DJ, mixers and remixers with over 37 albums to his credit including the incredibly successful Skitzmix CDs.

Only 500 tickets will be made available, 250 less than were previously on sale.

NSW User Pays Police and the Safe Party Squad will also be there to ensure behaviour is of the appropriate standard and that everyone is in the right frame of mind. A free bag room for valuables will be made available and breath testing will be conducted on the night. There will be no passouts allowed.

Organisers want to stress that the events have not been held for a long time on Coffs and that this is a trial and will only continue if everyone does the right thing.

Tickets go on sale at only two outlets (Club Coffs and Park Beach Music) on May 1.



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