Oh my gosh, Sunny Coasters, we're in for a real treat! SEA 91.9 and Sunshine Coast Daily are bringing the Festival of Fire to Caloundra on the 27 May. They're promising that this is going to be the largest high-octane monster trucks and family-variety-spectacular that the Sunshine Coast has seen for years. The programme for Festival of Fire has been jam-packed with the most spectacular stunts, fireworks, smash-up derbies, and it's all happening on ONE day only, so make sure you don't miss out!
Monster Trucks - Be astonished by the USA style monster truck freestyle jumps and car-crushing action, monster truck battles, sky wheelies and the Australian monster truck car jumping record attempt - yep, people, a monster truck will be attempting to jump thirteen cars!
Smash Up Derby - This really sounds like one for the boys! A 'Crashrama' demolition derby where drivers will battle each other to the last car standing in a crash and bend car crunching battle;
Fireworks - A fireworks battle between China and Australia; a total of seven fireworks displays in one night;
Freestyle Motocross - Thrilling freestyle motor bike stunts and jumps which will include the flaming wall and long distance jumps;
Jet Wars - Watch as 20,000 pounds of jet engine thrust (I have no idea what this means!) melts a car in seconds - another one for the boys?
VIP Tickets are available now! VIP Tickets give you a guaranteed seat in either the VIP Grandstand or on a comfortable plastic chair in the VIP grassed area - both these areas have the best views of the arena. VIP's also get free parking and early entry at 3.00pm. These seats are limited so get in quickly.
Normal Admission Kids (under three) - FREE Kids (three to eleven years of age) $20 Teens (twelve to fifteen years of age) $25 Adults (sixteen years and over) $35
Family Pass - Two adults and two kids (three to eleven years of age) - $95
A family night out for less than $100!
NB This show is suitable for children of all ages but because the show has very loud pyrotechnic effects, strobe lights and other effects, might not be suitable for children who have sensory sensitivities.