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No carols

05 Dec 2013

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Planetshakers has cancelled its Docklands carols event after failing to attract enough sponsorship.

The popular event has been held at the Waterfront City Piazza in Docklands for the past three years and last year attracted around 20,000 people.

Planetshakers spokesperson Darryn Keneally said the decision to cancel the event was made in November.

“Planetshakers have acquired a new facility in the city and need to watch our spending at the carols event as we didn’t attract all of the sponsorship required,” Mr Keneally said.

“Planetshakers would have had to put in over $100,000 and didn’t feel it was prudent this year given our move to a new venue for the church.”

Mr Keneally said the church was keen to hold another carols event in Docklands and future but this would be dependent on sponsorship.

“We love doing the event and look forward to the possibility of continuing.”

Mr Keneally said the cancellation of the event was unrelated to Planetshakers no longer bidding for the Docklands place of worship.

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