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Rock Monsters – Vital Idol, Still Twisted & Sonic Temple


Sat 22 Feb 2020, 8:00pm–1:00am

Where: Rack em up Pool Hall & Bar, 2/26 John Street, Lilydale, Chirnside Park, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $16.38 ($15.00 + $1.38 fees)
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Alstanley1

Get ready to unleash the Beast on Saturday February 22 as the Rock Monsters juggernaut rolls into Rack ‘Em Up Pool Hall & Bar in Lilydale for the very first time! Rock Monsters bring together tributes to some of the greatest hard rock and heavy metal bands of the classic era for a night-long rock ‘n’ roll celebration.

Check out this killer lineup:

Vital Idol, The Australian Billy Idol Show, an entertaining fist pumping Billy Idol Show like no other. Vital Idol will leave you wanting more! more! more!

Next up is Still Twisted, a sick tribute to the original bad boys of rock and roll, Twisted Sister – The Rock & Roll machine that dominated the world, while destroying everything in its path including disco! Still Twisted play all the big hits and nasty cuts from Twisted Sisters 40+ year history! Play it loud, mutha!

Sonic Temple are Australia’s one and only tribute to The Cult. Primarily covering their classic ‘80s era with the most commercially successful albums Love, Electric & Sonic Temple, they also perform highlights from other Cult albums for the hard core fans! Sonic Temple bring an authentic sound and live experience like no other!

Doors open at 8:00pm. Enjoy an awesome night of live entertainment. Be there early and get ready to feel the wrath of the rock monsters!

If you love to see bands on a decent size stage with an excellent sound system and spectacular lighting show—then head down to Rack-‘Em-up Pool Hall & Bar. Enjoy your evening hanging out with mates, playing pool and enjoying some beverages while listening to the bands. DJ music will be playing between sets and after the bands have finished.

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