Head to Seattle to see Tony Award winning musical, Newsies

Kelowna Actors Studio is arranging a three-night trip to see the musical and a do a little outlet mall shopping along the way.

  • Jul. 20, 2015 2:00 p.m.

Because Seattle is just too far for a one-day trip, Kelowna Actors Studio is taking advantage of the trip south see the hit musical Newsies and to do some outlet shopping.

The trip is set for Apr 29 through May 1, 2016.

The first day will include travel down to Tulalip and a night in the Tulalip Resort Casino, next door to the Premium Outlet Mall. The rest of that first afternoon and evening will give participants an opportunity to shop until you drop.

The next morning get on the bus again and head to the DoubleTree South Centre, next to the South Centre Mall and Target. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon shopping and grabbing dinner.

At 6:30 p.m. the bus leaves the hotel for the Paramount Theatre where orchestra seats await the entire group to see Newsies.

Afterward, bus back to the hotel.

Next morning, a buffet breakfast is included and then back on the bus and head for the boarder with one last stop at the Duty Free.

The price is $499 each, based on double occupancy. Book online at kelownaactorsstudio.com. For more information callKelowna Tickets at 250-862-2867 or visit in person at Orchard Park Mall (next to Rogers Wireless).

 

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