Win tickets to the weekend’s STATE OF STANCE at the Pavillion!
Pavillion to host top bikers, stunt drivers and drifters tomorrow
THE Pavillion Shopping Centre is hosting “A State of Stance”, billed as KZN’s biggest annual motoring and lifestyle show.
The two-day motoring spectacular brings together a collection of the world’s most exciting motoring entertainment on offer, both on the track and off.
Wheelie Bikes will entertain while pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with astounding one-wheel antics. Trick bike champion Brian Capper will take the skill of riding to a new level on custom ramps and rigs, alongside Drift Trike stunts and a meet and greet by Capper.
On four wheels the Land Rover Twin Terrapod astounds with a surreal obstacle climbing display, and rolling burnouts from Custom Rat Rods push the octane dial even higher.
KZN’s legendary spin pioneer Reece Williamson and members of the East Coast RC Drift Club will put their custom vehicles through hair-raising turns, handbrakes locked and wheels sliding free.
Between the roar of engines the SA Strong Man challenge takes place, contrasting metal with muscle.
Adding to off-track entertainment a super car exhibition allows visitors to get up close to the most breathtaking vehicles from all over South Africa, and the Dynos Sound Off pushes the limits of vehicle stereo sound in a fun-filled stereo versus stereo battle.
No speed festival is complete without getting your hands dirty. Show organisers have laid on a canvas of vehicles waiting to be sprayed in a splash of vehicle graffiti. And for the little ones, face painting brings the colour home.
“We want to give the public the full motoring experience,” said event organiser Prethiven Naidoo. “A State of Stance is about value for money. We want visitors to not just watch but take part too. It’s a feast for the eyes and the heart.” said Naidoo.
“The Pavillion Shopping centre has always been focused on family,” said general manger Nisha Kemraj.
“In this sense A State of Stance is a highlight of the year for us, and for the families that flock to experience it. We can’t wait to welcome visitors to a truly outstanding weekend.”
The show opens on Saturday at 9 am, with the rock concert running until 2 am, and the action resumes on Sunday at 9 am and continues to 5 pm.
— Wheels Reporter.
Kids under 12 enter free Pensioners: R50 Family: reduced ticket price of R290 for four people Petrolhead ticket: R90 Saturday Motor and Concert: R180 VIP Saturday: R350 VIP Sunday: R250 Tickets are available from Computicket or at the gate on the day.
Trick bike champion Brian Capper, seen here riding over the Moses Mabhida stadium, will take the skill of riding to a new level on custom ramps and rigs at the Pavillion on the weekend.