La Nucia rocks for Garage Rules II Festival


BIKERS AND fans of Kustom Art and Rock ‘n Roll only have a couple of weeks to wait before the Garage Rules II Festival arrives in the area.

The free festival takes over the Sports City Camilo Cano in La Nucia on Saturday April 15.

Organised by the Crew Bobber Association in collaboration with La Nucia Town Hall, Garage Rules II is one of the highlights of the La Nucia Sport Experience 2017 and is expected to attract over 6,000 enthusiasts throughout the area.

Activities are scheduled for inside and outside the arena on the Pavilion Road area, with exhibitions of classic American customised cars and bikes and demonstrations by BMX riders and skateboarders.

The organisers expect around 50 stallholders to attend selling and exhibiting items related to the custom culture world, such as clothing, jewellery and graphic art materials plus a number of gourmet food trucks will be on hand to feed the hungry hordes.

Last year’s inaugural event was a huge success with visitors from far and wide enjoying the free entertainment, particularly the Rock n Roll artists and DJ’s providing music throughout the day.

This year’s visitors will not be disappointed with three live bands lined up to perform in the arena. Tony and the Rockheavyllies, Colonel Lee and the Racers will share the spotlight.

The Rock n Roll Record Hop 1950’s -60’s will see vinyl sessions focusing on rock music from the classic era focusing on legends such as Chuck Berry, Elvis the Beach Boys and their cohorts provided by popular local DJ’s Robert Serrano and Adam Classic.

Visitors will have an opportunity to vote for their favourite customized bike and car and which skater and rider performed best, with awards presented at the end of the day. The most prestigious being the ‘COOL CAR’ Trophy.

The event kicks off at 10.30am and will run through until 9.30pm with exhibitions and demonstrations for all the family planned throughout the day. So, put on your leathers, bandanna and shades and get yourselves down to the Sports City in La Nucia for a day to remember.

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