Australia’s number one live country music band Hurricane Fall are set to storm the stage for the inaugural MineX Rocks concert to be hosted in Mount Isa June 1.
Culminating three huge days of the Mount Isa Mining Expo (MineX), the FREE community concert will be a first of its kind for the region and double as the closing function of one of Eastern Australia’s largest biennial mining exhibitions.
Having recently performed at some of the country’s biggest events in country music such as the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Gympie Muster, the Isa Rodeo and soon to perform at the 25th anniversary of Julia Creeks Dirt n Dust Festival organisers Commerce North West are thrilled to have the internationally renowned five piece act on board.
“With a growing legion of diehard fans Hurricane Fall is one of the hottest new acts in country” said Commerce North West President Travis Crowther.
“Putting on a two hour show after our local acts Bull Dust and Pacific Groove they’ll bring a mix of their original material and classic-country in a high-energy, modern show that will have locals and our exhibitors from across the country kicking up their heels.”
To be staged in the grassed forecourt of the Kalkadoon Arena at Buchanan Park the MineX Rocks concert will kick off at 5pm on Saturday June 1 and will include state of the art stage, lighting, big screen and sound, food, community and trade stalls, a bar and ticketed VIP area and FREE entry for all ages.
Part of the three day MineX 2019 exhibition hosted at Mount Isa’s Buchanan Park Entertainment Precinct from Thursday May 30 to Saturday June 1 opportunities are now open for businesses and community groups who are keen to be involved with all aspects of the event.