CITY of Joondalup ratepayers and residents can get their tickets to this year’s Valentine’s Concert on Saturday.
The free concert will feature the music of James Bond performed by Australian music royalty Kate Ceberano, tenor Michael Falzon and the WA Symphony Orchestra conducted by Guy Noble.
More than 8000 are expected to attend the annual concert on the fairways of the Joondalup Resort from 7pm on Thursday, February 16.
Tickets are only available to City of Joondalup residents and ratepayers aged 18 and over and can be collected from 8am to 11am (or until sold out) from the City of Joondalup administration building in Joondalup, Craigie Leisure Centre or Whitford Customer Service Centre.
You must take photo identification as well as proof of residential or ratepayer status.
Tickets are limited to four per person.
“Due to venue capacity and the enormous popularity of the Valentine’s Concert, limiting tickets to City of Joondalup residents and ratepayers is considered the fairest way to ensure this magnificent event can be enjoyed by our local community,” Mayor Troy Pickard said.
“This is undoubtedly one of the highlights of the year for our community and each year many of us come away from the concert thinking how it can be topped the following year.
“I have no doubt the music of James Bond will deliver another magical evening for our community.”
For more information, visit www.joondalup.wa.gov.au or call 9400 4705.
– Residents and ratepayers must show proof of age and identification, as well as proof of residential or ratepayer status.
– If you wish to attend the concert but are unable to collect tickets, you may appoint someone to collect tickets on your behalf.
– Residents are eligible for four tickets in total for that property.
– Ratepayers who own multiple properties are eligible for four tickets in total, not four tickets per property owned.
– All patrons aged six years and over require a ticket.
– Tickets cannot be pre-ordered or mailed to patrons.
– Lost tickets cannot be reissued.