Sungold Field Days chairman Tony Rea says this year’s expo will have an even broader appeal.THE biggest Sungold Field Days in the event’s 34-year history will offer new additions and old favourites this week.
From Wednesday to Friday the Allansford field days site will be packed with a record number of exhibitors that is expected to top 500.
About 50 of those will be attending the event for the first time.
Field days chairman Tony Rea said the event would be the biggest yet.
“We have a wonderful line-up of exhibitors who will all be eager to show their wares and to offer deals with the wider community of south-west Victoria,” Mr Rea said.
Along with the exhibitors will be an exciting line-up of entertainment, headlined by the high-octane fun of the Whip Industries motorbike team.
Four world-class riders will launch their Kawasaki KLX110L bikes into the air using purpose-built jump ramps and perform three choreographed shows over each of the field days.
The Cook and the Chef’s Simon Bryant will be another big name star.
The Adelaide-based chef will host cooking demonstations in the Cheese World marquee among the niche stall exhibitors.
The animal nursery will make a welcome return, as will helicopter flights.
The ever-popular vintage car, tractor and truck procession will showcase more than 20 vehicles and the entertaining GMHBA Farmers Challenge will put teams’ rural skills to the test on Thursday.
Live music will be hosted in the food court area, headlined by Benny Walker on Wednesday and Lloyd Spiegel on Friday.
Local talents Kayla Dwyer and Mitch Crute and Melbourne-based singer-songwriter Liz Stringer will also perform.
“We’ve had some good entertainment over the time,” Mr Rea said.
“We’ve tried to have something that would appeal to most people. We’ve always tried to cater for the ladies as well to have the indoor marquees, arts and craft and handcrafts and homemade jams and rhubarb.”
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