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Spectators urged to follow HK Stadium ticketing regulations

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) has appealed to the ticket holders of the variety show "Welcoming the Delegation of Shenzhou-6 Manned Space Flight Mission" at Hong Kong Stadium tomorrow afternoon (November 27) to obey the stadium's ticketing regulations.

The variety show, with a free seating arrangement, is organised by the Home Affairs Department, sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club and produced by TVB. It will start at 2.30pm tomorrow and admission will begin at 12.30pm.

A department spokesman said spectators should strictly follow the regulations so the performance could run smoothly.

The regulations include:

- No bottles, cans or offensive items will be allowed into the stadium and management reserves the right to inspect bags and other items of the audience before they enter the stadium;
- Unauthorised persons are not permitted to enter the field of play;
- No smoking in the seating areas;
- Re-entry is not allowed.

"To avoid congestion, spectators are advised to use public transport and take their seats early," the spokesman said.

For information on the visit of the Delegation of Shenzhou-6 Manned Space Flight Mission, please browse the webpage at http://www.info.gov.hk/info/shenzhou6/eng .

Ends/Saturday, November 26, 2005
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