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Waiuku Steel 'n' Wheels Festival 2019

Sunday 12 May, 10am–2pm

The motor's running so belt yourself in for a great ride! Steel 'n' Wheels Festival 2019 is hot on our heels. Put it on your calendar and don't miss it.

Four hours packed with a variety of exciting displays, mean machines, live music and markets. Something for everyone; vintage and classic cars, hot rods, trucks, tractors, military, bikes and more!

Freestyle NZ FMX riders will wow you with their outlandish stunts, see the World War II Military Re-enactment, ‘V8 Bottle-O’ and ‘Harley’ chainsaw racing, Kumho Jet Car, Castrol Edge Nitro Flashback, the Cacklefest, Emergency Service displays, and that's not all. Entertainment this year features one of the top Elvis impersonators with ‘The Elvis NZ Band’, local rock band ‘Mind Over Matter’, rock ‘n’ roll & country band ‘Roger and the Ramjets’, the 'Sunset Coast Big Band', blues band 'Brilleaux', the ‘Franklin Rockers’ rock ‘n’ roll dancers, Ceroc and Punjabi dancers, the Kids Carnival and a huge Food and Craft market.

Bring the family for a fun filled day. Entry is by way of a gold coin per person to support the continuation of this great community event. We ask you to please give generously.

If you would like to volunteer to help out at Steel ‘n’ Wheels or other Waiuku events, you can contact us at waiukutownmanager@gmail.com

This year’s festival is supported by the Grassroots Trust, Franklin Local Board, NZ Steel and Waiuku Business & Development Association.

If you haven't registered your machine for exhibit, it's free, so go to www.waiukutown.co.nz and send us your details.

We will see you there!

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elocal Digital Edition – May 2019 (#218)

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