Original Cruisers Southport Halloween Rock Weekend
On Thursday 13th October over 1000 people will be making their way from all over the Country to Pontins in Southport where it is the Annual Original Cruisers Halloween Rock Weekend,
People will be heading over for a full weekend of fun, Laughter, dancing and a good old party with old friends and new.
The weekend is to raise funds for the North West Air Ambulance.
Charlie Brown (club chairman) and the Original Cruisers will be working throughout the weekend selling t-shirts etc to help raise the funds.
The Original Cruisers Halloween Weekend is a weekend to bring everyone together who love rock music to end the rally/camping season.
We have 10 bands performing throughout the weekend, and quite a few little surprises along the way and our amazing Rock DJ Garry Rok Jok.
The Friday night Charlie Brown opens the event on stage and this year he has a very special guest joining him, The one and only Iron Man himself will be entertaining the crowd and showing off his moves to everyone’s favourite rock songs,
The Saturday brings the big Halloween fancy dress night were over 1000 people get their costumes on and party the night away at one of the biggest Halloween fancy dress parties in Southport, Some of the people that dress up truly go all out with their costumes and look fantastic, its always hard judging the top 3 for the prizes,
Tickets will be available on The Gate over the weekend at £20 each for adults and £5 under 15 years for the weekend,
If you love you rock music we suggest you don’t miss out on this event, it is truly an amazing sight to see.
if you require any information or Wristbands contact Charlie on 07732696438
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