A night to remember

COLLETTE DEVLIN
Last updated 05:00 17/12/2013

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@devlincolle: Tickets for the ILT Christmas Variety Show at Stadium Southland have sold out.

Stadium Southland general manager Nigel Skelt said the last of the 2300 tickets sold yesterday but stadium staff would still take names to put on a waiting list in case anyone cancelled.

"It is going to be the biggest ILT Christmas show ever and we are thrilled at the support we have got from the Southland community," he said.

The show, to be held on Friday night, would give the public its first taste of the new stadium and they would be impressed.

He urged ticket holders to come early to be seated because entry and exit points would be limited.

Preparations for the show were well under way yesterday, with dance groups rehearsing at the stadium, and further rehearsals set for throughout the week.

The concert would showcase an array of talented Southlanders aged 4 years and up, he said. Acts would include X Factor winner Jackie Thomas and finalists Moorhouse, who would be signing autographs after the show.

Other performers would include Bryan Townley, Simon Green, the Fraser Family, Invercargill Musical Theatre, Shelly Coutts Dance Academy, La Muse, 11-year-old Emma Jones, Dave McMeeking, Ascot Brass Pipe Band, SBHS Acapella and the Invercargill Rock 'n' Roll Club.

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