It will be an entertaining time for patrons
AFTER its popularity at the Rose Festival, the Bundaberg band D’fine returns for the Saturday night entertainment at the Biggenden Show.
Refusing to be pigeon holed into one style or genre, the band prides itself on playing a wide variety of music from most styles.
Whether its a party anthem from the ’80s or ’90s, a smooth ballad or simply a song guaranteed to test your memory, D’fine does it all.
Combining smooth vocal harmonies, fantastic musicianship and a priority on the entertainment factor, D’fine delivers an enjoyable performance.
Entertainment at the Biggenden Show starts from 10am with five performances from Peak Pig Racing.
It’s great fun as patrons are able to buy a pig as they are auctioned off before each race.
Brisbane’s Simon Shazam loves performing magic and bringing joy to other people’s lives.
He uses a rabbit and a dove in his shows. Shazam from 10am will be performing two shows plus roving displays on the Saturday of the show.
Monto’s Tyrone O’Reilly with his fire show will no doubt have some new tricks to show his audience during the Saturday and Sunday of the show.
Have your teams organised for the tug-a-war for men, women and juniors? Lofty Wendt has continued his $1000 prizemoney for the event. For the winning junior team there will be drink voucher to use at the show canteen. To add to the atmosphere teams are encouraged to dress up in costumes.
Gypsy Lounge Tribal Bellydancers are sure to be a hit when they take to the stage at 5.30pm on the Saturday of the show.
Fireworks courtesy of Childers First National’s Phil Dowling will light up the night sky before D’fine takes to the stage.
SATURDAY NIGHT TUNES: Bundaberg band D'Fine will return for the Saturday night entertainment.