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Fall-La-La-La Sing Along Night Invites Students to Perform

By Christopher Loupeda
Copy-Editor | The Pacific Times

NP3 High is hosting a performance night Nov. 12 from 6-8 p.m.

The event will take place in the amphitheatre by the cafeteria. Students can perform by lip syncing, singing, and dancing at this event. The daily school announcements has a link for students to sign up for performance slots. Students will also be allowed to perform in groups of up to four people.

Currently, 26 spots are available for those looking to sign up. The spots are on a first come, first serve basis and performances must be a maximum of three minutes long. There is also a reserved 40 minutes for “open-mic” performances so students who can’t make the sign up might also be able to perform at that time.

The event also includes clubs that will have the opportunity to sell food while the student government will sell hot chocolate.

Presale started Nov. 4 and will continue until the day of the event, Nov 12. Presale costs $5
dollars. The event will have no at-the-door sales.

In order to attend the event, students need to show either a vaccination card or proof of a negative COVID-19 test the day of the event. NP3 will not provide the COVID-19 test kits for unvaccinated students looking to attend.

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