Hunters’ first home game tickets selling fast

first_imgThe game between the PNG SP Hunters and the Tweed Heads Seagulls will be staged at the National Football Stadium, formerly known as the Lloyd Robson Oval.Tickets for the games started selling late Tuesday afternoon at K25 for the outer stand and K50 for the grand stand at all Stop N Shop outlets in the city: North Waigani, Central Waigani, Rainbow, Badili, Boroko, Town, Airways SNS Express and Deloitte Tower SNS Express.An SNS shop assistant at Boroko told Loop PNG that since late Tuesday afternoon when the tickets arrived, they sold over 300 tickets in a matter of minutes.“There are about a total of 15,000 tickets that are on sale throughout the outlets and they are selling out fast,” she said.“Since this morning, people have lined up to buy more and so far, more than a hundred people have bought the outer stand tickets,” she added.Hopefully by tomorrow, all tickets will be sold out as outer stand tickets are selling like hot cakes while grand stand tickets are going at a slower pace, the assistant said.The gates will open at 3.30pm and close at 6.45pm before the game kicks off at 7pm.last_img read more

A Very Community Christmas Concert to feature local music and raise money for local charity

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A Very Community Christmas Concert, presented by the Fort St. John Co-op will feature an amazing line-up of local musicians some of your favourite Christmas songs December 20 at the Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Centre. The line-up of local performers will be backed up by the North Peace Community Band.  Each of the performers will sing a classic Christmas song and a new take on another.Tickets for the event will be FREE, but residents are encouraged to reserve their seat now, as space will be limited.  To reserve your space, visit Advertisement -Video Player error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Instead of charging for tickets, organizers will be instead collecting cash donations for the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society at the door.  Donations of other items for the Women’s Resource Society will also be accepted at the door.The event wouldn’t be possible without the support of our sponsors including the Fort St. John Co-op, The Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Centre, Eaglevision Video Productions, Sound in Town and Moose FM.Sponsorships are still available for local businesses to help support this event.  Contact Moose FM for more information about becoming a sponsor.Advertisement Local performers include:Tom ColeKim & Karli of Scarlet Sway Skyler RowsellElysia CruzSteve Kennedy Airik ClarkLuke & Jordyn WarrinerPlus the North Peace Community BandThe doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 20, 2017.last_img read more