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Wednesday February 12, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Wednesday February 12, 2014 MYT 9:56:24 AM
A thrilling night awaits: (From right) Setia Promenade Sdn Bhd sales and marketing manager Susie Loh, Khoo, Loh's senior executive Venice Goh and executive Madelyn Tan showing the concert leaflets and redemption tickets at the Setia Welcome Centre in Jalan Tun Dr Awang, Penang.
FREE shuttle vans will be in
service in the vicinity of
the Subterranean Penang International Convention and Exhibition (sPICE) Centre to transfer spectators to the Setia Prosperity Power Concert to be held at the sPICE arena on Saturday.
“The public can park their vehicles at Penang Development Corporation and D’Piazza and take the free shuttle,” SP Setia Bhd property (north) general manager Khoo Teck Chong.
Khoo said vans would be
doing the rounds from 3pm to midnight.
He added that the company had engaged the Rela unit, marshals and auxiliary police to help manage the traffic on that day.
The concert features Taiwanese rock band Power Station, local award-winning artiste Nicole Lai and Chanice Tan (winners of
Astro Star Quest 2012) and the famed Malaysian Princess of Bossa Nova, Z Yan.
“There will also be an action-packed lion dance performance
by the 2013 World Champion
Lion Dance troupe from Kedah and a dragon dance performance to start off the event,” Khoo
told a press conference yester-day.
Entry to the concert is by ticket redemption for the developer’s clients on a first-come-first-served basis and all 10,000 have been taken up.
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Northern Region, Family Community, sPICE, SP Setia, Setia Prosperity Power Concert, Penang
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