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Beccy Cole at Museum of Fire
Sunday 19 March 2017 - 08:00am
Museum of Fire
1 Museum Drive
$35 per Adult with up to 3 children under 16 free with paying adult. $25 Concession (single person entry no free children)

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Back for its 30th year, the Penrith Working Truck Show is celebrating with another huge day of non-stop entertainment, rides and unique exhibits on Sunday 19th March.  20,000 people flock to the Museum of Fire in Penrith for the event each year.

Hundreds of vehicles will be on display, from Huge B Doubles to custom trucks plastered with chrome detailing and spectacular airbrushing, together with the outstanding collection of Fire Engines owned by the Museum of Fire.  There will live entertainment, including Country Rock stars Adam Harvey, Beccy Cole, Amber Lawrence, Catherine Britt and Kaylen’s Rain.

Kids will be kept busy with 22 free rides, free fairy floss, free face painting, free airbrush tattooing and other activities that are sure to keep parents happy too.  “There really is something to enjoy here for everyone and to make it better, the value for money at the Penrith Working Truck Show is unsurpassed by any other show.”   Tickets are $35 and with each adult ticket purchase, three children can enter for free (Under 16 years).  Concession tickets are available for $25 each, however, no children can enter free on this ticket (Single person entry only). For this cost, all rides, entertainment, activities and exhibits inside the show are free.

Being a registered charity event, all funds raised from the Show will be used to educate families in fire safety and to preserve the history of our bravest.  The event is supported by local fire fighters, who are helping to run the event.