Power on at Power on Petrie

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Nambour Showgrounds will see some serious horse power on show this week, and not the equine kind. The showgrounds will host an auto festival: Power On Petrie – Cruzn by the Creek.

Kicking off on Friday, the festival will include driving events, live music, on site camping, trade displays and more Enter your car to go cruising, or join in as a spectator at this family-friendly event.

Division 10 councillor Greg Rogerson said there would be plenty of entertainment on offer including stunt bike shows, kids’ entertainment and a drive-in theatre.

“This event promises to be a lot of fun. Entrants have the opportunity to display everything from hot rods, classics and hi-tech vehicles so there will be plenty of unique vehicles, cars and bikes to check out,” Cr Rogerson said.

Organiser Matt Sharpe from Three Mods Events said on-site camping will be available for about 250 campers over the event

“It’s great to have a venue such as Nambour Showgrounds where we can safely bring all things cars, skids and motors to the community, alongside an opportunity to camp and relax in a family-friendly atmosphere,” Mr Sharpe said.

‘We are also proud to support the Miracle Babies Foundation at this event, with raffles over the course of the event and awesome prizes up for grabs to raise money for this worthwhile cause.”

When: Friday August 16 – Sunday August 19
Where: Nambour Showgrounds, 80 Coronation Avenue, Nambour.

For more information visit the events page on council’s site by visiting sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au, clicking the Experience Sunshine Coast tab and navigating through to events.

 
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