Nambucca Heads steps back in time to the golden days of rock and roll

The Rock and Roll weekend will see the return of classic cars, muscle cars, hotrods and a motorbike Show and Shine on Saturday 10 February from 10:30 am in the Nambucca Heads RSL carpark. Photo: supplied.

NAMBUCCA Heads will step back in time from 9 to 11 February, when the Nambucca Let’s Dance Rock and Roll Social Club and the Nambucca Heads RSL Club host a weekend of rock and roll dance.

Now a staple on the east coast rock and roll dance calendar, over 200 enthusiasts of dance and all things of the rock and roll era will get together at the RSL Club for a full program of dance and entertainment.

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“Each year we get people from Sydney to the Gold Coast and everywhere in-between enjoying all the Nambucca Valley has to offer while indulging in their love of dance and music from the great rock and roll era,” Let’s Dance’s Brian Dwyer told News Of The Area.

“This year on the morning of Saturday 10 February from 10:30am we will see the return of the classic cars, muscle cars, hotrods and motorbike Show and Shine, sponsored by Shannons Insurance, for all to see in the Nambucca Heads RSL carpark.

“there is no need to be a member of a car or bike club to have your vehicle on display.”

The event kicks off on Friday 9 February with the popular 50s and 60s rock and roll band The Drive-Ins taking to the stage from 7.30pm until late.

Tables for this night can only be reserved through the Nambucca RSL Club on (02) 6568 6288.

On Saturday 10 February from 10:30am until 1:00pm the classic car, muscle car, hotrod and bike show will be held in the carpark of Nambucca RSL Club.

Later that night, Sydney-based five piece rock and roll group Mr James Band will then play tunes from the 50s to the 80s from 7-11pm at the Nambucca Heads RSL Club.

It is recommended visitors purchase tickets for this evening by contacting Helen on 0417 646 424.

On Sunday 11 February those who have attended the Saturday night function and are enthusiastic about learning more dance moves can participate in a rock and roll partner dance workshop.

Let’s Dance Rock and Roll will treat you to one hour of their expertise to help you learn a medium level rock and roll move and a new partner dance.

There is no requirement to book for this workshop.

On Sunday afternoon from 1-4pm everyone is invited to complete the 50s and 60s weekend with Stevie B, a favourite talented local one-man entertainer – booking not required.

Entry to all functions and activities are free, with the exception of Saturday night.


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