2017 Victor Harbor Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival to take centre stage on September 16 and 17

FUN: Dancers take the stage at last year's Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival.
FUN: Dancers take the stage at last year's Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival.

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What can you expect to find in the heart of Victor Harbor during the month of September?

Next month the centre of town will come alive, when a massive weekend full of fun for all the ages comes rolling through in the form of the annual Victor Harbor Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival.

This popular event, which will be happening over September 16 and 17, will see rocking beats, dancing feet and swinging skirts set the scene for a festival that takes you back to the rock ‘n’ roll era.

Not only that, but throw in hundreds of classic, hot rod, muscle and custom vehicles that will line the streets and you have yourself one entertaining weekend right in the heart of Victor.

The day time program is free for all to enjoy, including the opportunity to see the headline act Danny Mayers, former lead singer of the famous Australian rock ‘n’ roll band, The Delltones.

There are also a number of evening ticketed events being held at different venues, including the Town Hall, Hotel Victor, The Hotel Crown and The Grosvenor Hotel, featuring rockabilly, rock 'n' roll, and 50s and 60s bands to get you in the groove and shaking your tail feather.

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Even if the music is not your taste, you are sure to appreciate the passion and enthusiasm that the rock ‘n’ rollers bring with them.

The streets are always packed for this beloved annual event, with a massive range of activites for all the family and plenty of sights to see. In fact last year saw nearly 10,000 people drawn to the festival.

The kids are guaranteed to love it and the vehicle displays are something special. There will of course also be great memorabilia, market stalls, amazing people, coastal views and more.

And for those car lovers who are looking to show off what they’ve got, it is free to enter your car for display and all rock 'n' roll related vehicles are eligible.

You can join the Saturday cruise, which will start at McLaren Vale Visitor Information Centre at 9.30am, and finish at Warland Reserve Victor Harbor.

If you are thinking of coming, maybe try to wear a touch of pink, just for fun.