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Tickets for After Dark at The Reach now available

Amanda Shatzko is an aerial art performer, and will be showing off her talents at the September After Dark at The Reach event. - Submitted photo
Amanda Shatzko is an aerial art performer, and will be showing off her talents at the September After Dark at The Reach event.
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Indulge in elegant, artistic food, be wowed by dazzling performers and bid on artwork at After Dark at The Reach, coming up Sept. 13.

Tanya Curtis, one of the event sponsors/committee planners, said it is not a black-tie gala, but rather "one of those swanky soirees with chic guest lounges that gained instant traction."

Abbotsford pianist Susan Choi, Yun Jung, violinist and Kevin Park, cellist, will bring a whole new meaning to hooked on classics as they serenade guests upon arrival. These accomplished, award-winning musicians have performed at prestigious competitions and in major concert halls internationally.

Internationally known live art aerial performer Amanda Shatzko has performed for film and television, and has had numerous commissions, including one by the Government of Canada to paint athletes live during the 2010 Olympic Games.

Following this will be Paramount, featuring recording guitarist Roy Duquette and vocalist Darla Kendrick. They will get you humming and hopping with their blend of favourite top hits.

Dollars raised at this event will fund children's activities and heritage programs for seniors. Tickets are available now, and range from $100 to $125 each if you pay by Aug. 16.

For more information call 604-864-2087, send an email to info@thereach.ca or visit thereach.ca.

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