Wanted Dead or Alive performing recently in Warwick.
Wanted Dead or Alive performing recently in Warwick. Samantha Oneil

Lake Leslie campers are set to rock the new year in

LAKE Leslie Tourist Park is ready to rock the night away this New Year's Eve.

Park operators Caroline and Adam Bennett have live entertainment lined up, with Warwick band Wanted Dead or Alive set to take the stage.

Mr Bennett said park guests could enjoy the free entertainment from 6-10pm.

"Campers are welcome to bring their chair, drinks and dancing shoes to rock the night away," Mr Bennett said.

He said the band had played at the park for the past two to three years, and were always well received.

"People love them, they get up there with their chairs and drinks and have a great night," he said.

Campers can be assured there is a back-up plan for bad weather.

"If the weather is good, we will be under the stars but if it does rain it will be in the back shed."

The Warwick duo is well-known across the region, regularly playing at charity events, pubs, clubs and private events.

"The music is a bit of everything - country to rock, new and old songs," Mr Bennett said.

"It is a family friendly event."

Mr Bennett said they were expecting a good turnout, with numbers remaining fairly constant from Christmas Eve through to New Year's Day.

"We have two cabins available for New Year's Eve at this stage, and some unpowered sites," Mr Bennett said.

For more information, phone 4661 9166.



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