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Tickets for Smokie concert almost sold

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By EMN Updated: Nov 26, 2014 9:42 pm
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Yes, only about a thousand or so tickets left – more than 15, 000 tickets already sold! Nagaland Outdoors Club & Sky Entertainment, organizers of this year’s Hornbill Music Festival wish to share our excitement with music lovers and the media of the region that tickets to the December 3 concert of British country rock legends Smokie are almost sold-out.
The band will be performing in Indira Gandhi stadium in Nagaland’s capital, Kohima town. Due to the size of the arena, we had to print only a limited number of tickets – and we are almost on the verge of unloading the entire cache of tickets before there are none left. Only about a thousand or so of the tickets priced at Rs. 2, 000 and Rs. 500 range, are left and they are still selling!
We are urging Smokie fans and music lovers to get your hands on the ticket before they are sold out. For the information of music lovers everywhere, here are the outlets again, from where you can grab your seat next door to Alice!
OUTLETS (KOHIMA)
Big bite (Jail colony)
Ozone cafe (Razhu Point)
Corner Stone (PR Hill)
NOC & Sky Inc., office (Vuto Motors, Secretariat Road)
OUTLETS (DIMAPUR)
Crescendo Music (Nuton Basti Junction)
Furtados Music (Nagarjan junction)
School of Music & Arts (Purana Bazar)
OUTLETS (MOKOKCHUNG)
Cosmos Hall, Attire MMC complex
OUTLETS (WOKHA)
Life Line Pharmacy
For clarification and further information, please contact A & R Manager Khriesazo Liezie at the number +91 961 5 170 264 or email him at hircnagaland@gmail.com
You can also receive updates with the various events we have lined up for you during the Hornbill Music festival, including the Hornbill International Rock Contest and of course, guitar god Vinnie Moore’s date with you all.
The band’s concert is one of the biggest showcase musical events for this year’s Hornbill Festival. Smokie has more than 20 albums, 12 smash hit singles, and millions of album copies sold across the world, and after more than two decades continues to captivate music lovers across the globe.

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By EMN Updated: Nov 26, 2014 9:42:37 pm