WAIUKU STEEL ‘N’ WHEELS FESTIVAL 2019
Sunday 12th May from 10am to 2pm
Gold coin entry per person
The Waiuku Steel ‘n’ Wheels Festival returns in May! Bringing plenty of action to keep you revved up with adrenalin-pumping attractions and great entertainment for the whole family!
Four hours (10am-2pm) 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!
The popular NZ Freestyle FMX bikes will be back with more outlandish stunts, the World War II Re-enactment battle and the ‘V8 Bottle-O’ and ‘Harley’ chainsaw racing. The Kumho Jet Car returns to shake your world, the Castrol Edge Nitro Flashback will be firing up, Car crush, Cacklefest, Emergency Services displays and so much more! If you haven’t experienced it yet, you need to come and check out this action packed day!
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 from ‘Roger and the Ramjets’, blues band ‘Brilleaux’, the ‘Sunset Coast Big Band’, ‘Franklin Rockers’ rock ‘n’ roll dancers, Ceroc and Punjabi dancing, Kids carnival, Helicopter rides, the Westpac chopper simulator, the huge food and craft market and more!
Bring the family for a memorable, fun filled day. Entry is by way of a gold coin per person. We ask you to please give generously to support the continuation of this great community event.
It’s FREE to register your vehicle for exhibit.
Just return to the Home page, click the link under the noticeboard and register your details.
The MARKET IS FULL for this event so we are no longer accepting stall registrations.
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This year’s festival is sponsored by Grassroots Trust, NZ Steel, the Franklin Local Board and Waiuku Business & Development Association.