2009 Gung Haggis Fat Choy dinner

Monday, January 26, 2009 - 02:00

PERFORMERS for Gung Haggis 2009:


The 2009 program will feature:

Silk Road Music Ensemble

Opera Soprano Heather Pawsey + guests

debut of the Gung Haggis Fat Choy Pipe Band

Robbie Burns Chinese clapper tale by Dr. Jan Walls

Joe McDonald "rapping bagpiper"

lots of special guests

a Gung Hagigs dragon dance

special celtic musicians

lots of Robert Burns poetry

lots of surprises

more to be announced



SINGLE TICKET

$60 + $5 service charge = $65

Student price is $50 + $4.50 = $54.50 (must show student high school or university ID)

Children's price is $40 + $4.00 = $44 (ages 13 and under).



TABLE OF 10 (single item)

$600 + $20 service charge.

(save $30 in service charge by ordering a table)



Tickets can mailed out or picked up in advance, or held at will call.



We have chosen to return to the Firehall Arts Centre as our ticket seller, to support them in their good work of bringing multicultural programming to the City of Vancouver, and their emphasis



Online Ticket sales available through Tickets Tonight



All seats assigned in priority of ordering

except designated sponsor, performer and VIP tables.

If you would like to have 2 tickets at the VIP table or performer's - please sponsor it for $600.



Firehall Arts Centre will again provide gift certificates for their upcoming productions for raffle and silent auction prizes.

Floata Seafood Restaurant
#400 - 180 Keefer St.
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 46.1712" N, 123° 6' 0.738" W
British Columbia CA

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