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Rock the weekend away at Carina Speedway

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Autobarn Carina International Speedway Manager Barry Pearce is looking forward to the upcoming Rock and Rumble event.

It will be all systems go at Autobarn Carina International Speedway when cars and monster trucks fire up their engines and world class acts including Daryl Braithwaite take to the stage.

The three-day Rock and Rumble showcase kicks off on Friday 30 September with a range of events taking place before the fun wraps up on Sunday 2 October.

Manager Barry Pearce said the event had something for everyone, with each of the three days showcasing something different.

“The first night is a music concert, the second night is a monster truck show, and the third day is a big all-stars burnout competition,” Barry said.

“We have a wide range of musicians performing with artists for both the younger demographic and the older demographic, including Daryl Braithwaite.”

Barry said tickets for the event could be purchased for all three days, while also having the opportunity to purchase a ticket for just one of the events.

“You can buy a three-day ticket if you are into everything, or you can buy them individually to either do one or two different things,” he said.

“We have plenty of parking onsite and people are also welcome to bring their motorhomes and caravans to stay for free.”

The event line up is as follows:

  • September 30 – Music concert featuring Daryl Braithwaite, Brad Cox, The Black Sorrows, Caitlyin Shadbolt, Melanie Dyer and Nathan Bedford
  • October 1 – Huge Monster Truck Show
  • October 2– Allstars Burnout Competition

Event organiser Matt Smith said he couldn't wait to see the concert come to life with some of rock and roll's best artists.

“We're super lucky to have rock and roll royalty coming to the event and while they have been to Bundaberg a couple of times, it has always been well received,” Matt said.

“We hope that this concert is a great mix between Aussie rock and Aussie country, making the concert a hybrid between the two worlds.

“It is going to be a high-energy concert, that's for sure!”

Purchase tickets for the event here.

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