Langley Has Talent tickets on sale

It may well be the perfect opportunity to see the next Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga in the making — creating stimulating dinner party conversation for years to come. Tickets are now on sale for the final two rounds of competition in Langley Has Talent. Presented by the four Rotary Clubs of Langley and Aldergrove, the first annual Langley Has Talent competition will take place on two separate nights at the Christian Life Assembly, 21277 56 Ave. Now that the flood of hopefuls has been whittled to the 30 top contenders, the competition semifinal will take place on Saturday, April 16, with finals happening on Saturday, April 30. Both shows start at 6:30 p.m. The shows will include dance groups, individual dancers, solo musicians, and ensemble performances. The finalists will be selected by a combination of decisions made by judges and audience voting. The Grand Prize features $2500 in cash as well as industry prizes such as studio time, talent agency consulting, and promotion packages. Tickets are $15 for the semifinal show and $20 for the finals. A combo package is also available, with tickets to both shows for $30. All profits from the shows will go toward helping to build a performing arts centre in Langley. Tickets are available online at or at the Langley Times Office, 20258 Fraser Hwy during regular business hours, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. Office sales are cash only.

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