Country trio promise to rock
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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.
For more details, visit blacktown.nsw.gov.au or penrithcity.nsw.gov.au.