Tickets are up for grabs. Just by reading this story

CONTEST: Christmas show comes to Langley Events Centre

Four tickets are up for grabs for Langley Advance readers.

The Christmas Show at the Langley Events Centre will feature Masterchef Canada winner David Jorge to their second annual event on Nov. 13, 14 and 15 – and a few Langley Advance readers could be front and centre for his show.

Chef Jorge will join a host of other local culinary talent on Mr. Mom’s Cooking Stage sponsored by Johnsons Meats, as well as many other entertainers and features at this three-day show.

The Concrete Chef (a.k.a. Masterchef Canada 2015) will be featured on stage on Friday evening at 7 p.m. Event organizers suggest people enter below for free tickets, but also keep their eyes on The Christmas Show website and Facebook page for details on how to win VIP tickets to the show which include a personal meet & greet with Jorge.

The Christmas Show at the Langley Events Centre is a consumer trade show featuring more than 200 exhibitors showcasing unique, high-end products and services.

It’s not a craft show, organizers emphasize.

“We’re better! This is the place to go to avoid the malls, get your holiday shopping done early and find all those special gifts for the most important people in your life…  all under one roof as you’re serenaded by the sweet sounds of the Christmas Revelers.”

They have expanded the entertainment offering this year to include Mr. Mom’s Cooking Stage, Art’s Nursery seasonal decor demonstrations, and plenty for the kids to do and see.

Every child who brings a food item for the Langley Food Bank will receive a free professional photo with Santa and/or Queen Elsa of “As You Wish”.

Lots of other children’s activities include; Go Bonkers balloon artists, SandArt pictures Tykes Bikes will be back with their Great Bike Giveaway – 4 bikes will be given away during the show to some very lucky kids.

Tickets are $10 each, $7 for seniors and youth, and free for kids.

It includes free parking and gifts for the first 100 people through the gates each day.

“This is the “must do” event to kick off your holiday season. Just think – you could have your Christmas shopping done by mid-November,” said organizers.

And notice to exhibitors, there are still a few booths available. Those interested can contact Jamie at 604-613-9419 or to reserve space.

For more details, visit the show’s website by clicking here.


The Langley Advance has four tickets to the LEC Christmas Show up for grabs.

To enter, click here, and email us with your name, phone number, and the name of which royal family member will be in attendance during the show. Please put “Christmas Show” in the subject line.

Deadline for submissions is Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 9 a.m. It is a random draw of entries with the correct answer, but preference is given to Langley residents.

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