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Villa Take That And Party!

Villa Take That And Party!

Blimey, looks like Villa have secured permission to host concerts again, think the last one we did was Bruce Springsteen many many moons ago.

Now we have... Take That!

See below. Links to the ticket line if you click the image. (Just for clarity, I'm not on commission!)

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Hospitality for the event at Villa Park: www.avhe.co.uk

There are 3 hospitality package`s available for the event which will be accommodated throughout the Trinity Road Stand. In addition to restaurant packages there are also a number of executive boxes available in both Trinity Road and Doug Ellis stands.
Please see outlined below the packages available and appropriate pricing;

GOLD Package: £325 + VAT Per Person
• Champagne and canape reception
• Four-course menu including cheese course
• Fine wines
• Complimentary bar including single spirits
• Half-way line executive seating
• Private executive box opportunities available in Trinity or Doug Ellis stands (8,10,12 guests)

SILVER Package: £260 + VAT Per Person
• Champagne and canape reception
• Three-course menu including cheese course (Set plated menu)
• Complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks
• Half-way line executive seating
• Private executive box opportunities available in the Doug Ellis stand (8 or 10 guests)

BRONZE Package: £200 + VAT Per Person
• Sparkling wine reception
• Three-course buffet meal
• Complimentary wine, beer, soft drinks

To book please call 0844 800 8901

Hospitality will be on sale from 9am Friday 29th October 2010




Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Tuesday October 26 2010
Time: 2:36PM

Comments

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wont it ruin the pitch? :L
Tr1dent
26/10/2010 19:54:00
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A great example of how the club can not win. We secure a great bit of Kudos for the club and some fans question it. Trident they never went mental because fans could ruin the pitch (although that may well have been a quote by some club dogsbody), it was an issue because of the potential for trouble, FA fines because of lack of crowd control etc. The Villa pitch is now a predominantly synthetic pitch that withstands everything that is thrown at it. That is why it is as good at the end of the season as it is at the start. The old days of green sand and mud have long since gone.
voiceoftheholte
27/10/2010 11:19:00
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