Coun­try trio prom­ise to rock


Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - AUSTRALIA DAY 2016 - Nick Houghton

THE MCC­LY­MONTS are “pumped” ahead of the coun­try mu­sic trio’s Rooty Hill per­for­mance on Aus­tralia Day.

The Aus­tralian group, com­pris­ing sis­ters Brooke, Sa­man­tha and Mol­lie McC­ly­mont, will head­line Black­town Coun­cil’s Aus­tralia Day con­cert at The Rooty Hill and have promised a “rock­ing show”.

“It has been a long time since we last did an Aus­tralia Day show and we are all re­ally ex­cited,” Mol­lie said.

“It will be great to spend the day with loved ones as well as putting on a great- how for our fans.” The McC­ly­monts will hit the stage fresh from their 10th an­niver­sary show at the Tam­worth Coun­try Mu­sic Fes­ti­val and prom­ise fans plenty of hits as well as a few favourites.

“We will play a few cov­ers as well and hope­fully have ev­ery­one up and danc­ing,” Mol­lie said.

The fam­ily-friendly, al­co­hol-free con­cert will start from 4pm on Tues­day.

There will be free amuse­ment rides for young­sters as well as a para­chute jump fea­tur­ing the largest Aus­tra- lian flag in the south­ern hemi­sphere.

A fire­works spec­tac­u­lar will round out the event.

There will be plenty of food and drinks stalls.

Pen­rith Coun­cil has huge plans to cel­e­brate the na­tional day at the Lakes.

Shan­non Noll will head­line per­form­ing iconic hits in­clud­ing What About Me and Shine.

The thrills are back with two per­for­mances from Freestyle Kings – Aus­tralian freestyle mo­tocross team spe­cial­is­ing in FMX shows.

For the younger ones, there’s SplashDance and Sam Mo­ran, the for­mer Yel­low Wig­gle and star of Nick Jr’s Play Along with Sam.

Lo­cal pop, hip hop and RnB su­per group NeW­est will en­ter­tain with singers, rap­pers and dancers: JROD (XFac­tor 2013), eNVy, Cauchi & Sky­walker.

The night will end with fire­works.

This is a non-smok­ing event. No al­co­hol, no glass or un­sealed bot­tles and no pets al­lowed.

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