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Celebrate Jesus 2000 - WestpacTrust Stadium 4 Nov

MEDIA RELEASE FROM CELEBRATE JESUS 2000
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2 November 2000

There has been a great response from the people of Wellington to Celebrate Jesus 2000 which is being held at the WestpacTrust Stadium on Saturday 4 November between 4.30pm and 6.30pm.

The 26,500 tickets originally allocated for the event are now sold.

However, due to continuing demand, a further 3,000 tickets have now been released for sale. Those wanting to buy tickets can ring the ticketing office at the WestpacTrust Stadium on 0508-636-237.

Any tickets still unsold on Saturday afternoon will be available from the Stadium for 50 cents.

The organisers want every available seat filled for this unique event and are asking those who might still have spare tickets to return them to the Stadium ticketing office so they can be sold to others. There will however be no refunds available from the Stadium for tickets that are returned.

ENDS

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