It will be an en­ter­tain­ing time for pa­trons

Central and North Burnett Times - - BIGGENDEN SHOW -

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.

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