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Jukebox Saturday Night Karaoke, fundraiser by Tracy Preston

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 6 Apr, 2024 - 6 Apr, 2024
 Sat 6:30pm - Sat 11:00pm
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Jukebox Saturday Night Karaoke fundraiser, by Tracy Preston for Stars of Wollongong Dance for Cancer.

Join us for a Karaoke night, hosted by Tracy Preston, in her quest to raise $50k for the Cancer Council, in the Stars of Wollongong Dance for Cancer.

Our Karaoke fundraiser was born in the memory of Chris 'Slat' Slattery. Slat loved Jukebox Saturday night. This year, Slat would have turned 50 and would no doubt have cranked up the tunes to celebrate. But cancer had other ideas. Join us to raise funds for those supported by The Cancer Council when faced with a cancer diagnosis and for all the work they do in the prevention and cure of cancers.

What to expect....

$50 Ticket price includes finger food buffet snacks.

Tickets ARE NOT available at the Door. Pre-purchased tickets only available.

Tickets are limited and will sell out quickly.

Doors and bar open 6.30 pm.

First singer 7pm.

Choose to sing, or choose to cheer on the singers. The choice is yours.

Table seating provided for all ticket holders.

Dance floor room for shaking your tail feather.

How will the night work?

Singers will pay $5 per person per song to the charity, to take to the stage.

The audience will be invited to offer tip the performances they like best. All tips go to the charity.

Tips can be made using Donation Tokens (either pre-purchased or bought on the night), cash, or donation pedges made on the night.

The performance with the highest value of tips at the end of the night will be announced the winner and awarded a prize.

What to wear....

Two words - rock and roll! Dress like you are going to a rock concert - it's going to get loud and sweaty with so many rock gods in one room.

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