There’ll be classic cars aplenty, dancing and music in the streets around Victor Harbor this weekend for the Victor Harbor Rock’n’Roll Festival.
And the City of Victor Harbor is reminding locals that road closures will be in force throughout the festival which kicks off on Friday night and continues until Sunday.
The bulk of the activity will be focused in Ocean Street and Warland Reserve.
This year’s festival will also include music and dancing in the evenings on Warland Reserve in ticketed events. There’ll be no extra charge for those who have purchased VIP passes to the festival.
Classic cars will be on show and participate in cruise events. The Compact Ford Fairlane Club of Australia have also included their national gathering as part of the festival.
Vehicles can be seen on Friday at McDonalds from 10am-1pm, Saturday on Warland Reserve and Ocean Street from 10am-5pm and Sunday on Warland Reserve and Ocean Street from 9am-5pm.
Two dance stages will be on Warland Reserve and Ocean Street offering free entertainment over the Saturday and Sunday.
CLICK HERE to download the event program.
A market will also be held on Warland Reserve while the Artisan Market in Railway Terrace will be held on both the Saturday and Sunday.
Road closures will be in force during the festival affecting Ocean Street, Coral Street, Albert Place, Railway Terrace, Esplanade, Flinders Parade and Crozier Road. Temporary parking restrictions will also be in place in Stuart Street, Coral Street, Victoria Street, Flinders Parade and the Esplanade. CLICK HERE to find out the details.