Home Home 2 September 2019 Channel Nine TelethonTickets for The Coffee Club Telethon Ball 2019 on sale now The Coffee Club Telethon Ball is once again being held at the Royal International Convention Centre and due to popular demand, organisers have increased the capacity of the gala ball in 2019 to bring more than 1500 guests together to make a difference in the lives of sick and injured Queensland kids. Tickets for The Coffee Club Telethon Ball are selling fast, with the popular event in aid of the Children’s Hospital Foundation promising to be the biggest and best to date. This year’s theme ‘African Dreams’ will transport guests to the African plains – think spectacular sunsets and majestic wildlife – for an unforgettable night at the Royal International Convention Centre on Saturday, 16 November.Guests will enjoy a memorable evening with the formal event including a four-course dinner with matched, red, white and sparkling wines plus a selection of craft beers, live music from a star–studded line-up, prizes, charity auction and much more. The artists and performers taking to the stage this year to entertain ball-goers will be announced in the coming weeks. Previous acts have included The Veronicas, Jessica Mauboy, Glenn Shorrock, Dragon, Pseudo Echo and Samantha Jade, to name a few. Tickets are $250 per person ($2,500 for a table of ten) and can be booked at www.tcctelethonball.com.au/ The Coffee Club Telethon Ball is famed as the largest and most vibrant charity ball in Queensland and will once again be a magical night of dining, dancing and raising money for an important cause. The ball raises money to help fund research into childhood cancers, which remain the most common cause of disease-related death for children aged 1-14 in Australia. Held in conjunction with the live broadcast of the Nine Telethon , The Coffee Club Telethon Ball has raised more than $2 million for the Children’s Hospital Foundation. For the latest announcements about the ball entertainment, auction items and more, follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/tcctelethonball chevron_leftPrevious articleShare Next articlechevron_rightHome page More than $13 million worth of wonders for Queensland kidsNovember 17, 2019 Read more $1.7m surgical navigation equipment provides better outcomes for kids with bone cancerNovember 4, 2019 Read more Queensland’s first research program to improve the lives of kids with cystic fibrosis October 30, 2019 Read moreSubscribe for the latest newsThere is always something interesting happening in our world. Little wonders that happen every day. Miracles of science. Personal achievements of brave and beautiful young kids we will share with you in our enewsletter.