Get in quick: Hot House Party organiser John Logan is reminding partygoers to get in and buy tickets for the Hot House Party before the night.
Get in quick: Hot House Party organiser John Logan is reminding partygoers to get in and buy tickets for the Hot House Party before the night.

Hot House Party heats up

BUY your tickets now for Coffs Harbour’s first Hot House Party in two years or you will miss out as they won’t be available at the door on the night.

That’s the message from organisers, who are pleased with the response to the event so far.

“Tickets have been on sale for little more than a week and the reaction so far has been great,” organiser John Logan said.

“Already the senior party is nearly half sold and tickets to the junior are selling steadily.”

Mr Logan wants to reinforce that tickets must be bought before the event starts.

“This means for juniors, tickets must be purchased before 5pm on the day and for seniors, tickets must be purchased before 7.30pm,” he said,

“Ticket sales will cease once the event commences unless sold out beforehand.

“To avoid the possibility of disappointment, partygoers and parents should get in early and get their tickets at reception at Club Coffs or Park Beach Music.”

The Hot House Party is set to be held at Club Coffs on Saturday, May 15.



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