27 October 2017
Celebrate the end of the Games at West Beach in Burnie with a volunteer thank you parade and complimentary beer, cider, wine, or water for all accredited participants, volunteers, supporters and officials before heading to the Hoodoo Gurus concert on Saturday, 28 October.
The closing along the Burnie waterfront will start from 4pm and run until 5:30pm. It will be the perfect place to relax with a drink in hand and look back on a great week of sport.
Gates open for the Hoodoo Gurus concert at 5pm at West Park Oval, which is located down the street from the Burnie waterfront. Tickets will be required for the concert and can be purchased at a discounted rate.
CLICK HERE to buy tickets.
Don't forget to take advantage of free transport - CLICK HERE for details.
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