Festival for underage clubbers

Bombs Away – you can see them next month at the Autumn Beatz Underage Festival.
Bombs Away – you can see them next month at the Autumn Beatz Underage Festival. SKETCHY

PIMP My Party is bringing Autumn Beatz Underage Festival to Gladstone on April 10 and Rockhampton on April 11, giving underage revellers the chance to experience a real club festival.

With headline acts such as Bombs Away and 4antom Playerz, along with special guests Disko Diva, Blake Stam and DJ Fluro organisers are convinced the Gladstone event at Bojangles Bar and Brasserie will be jam-packed with club music enthusiasts.

Established in 2010, Pimp My Party is a family owned and operated company that services the Rockhampton, Gladstone and Yeppoon areas specialising in night-time events and party creations.

Autumn Beatz UF is the first in a series of quarterly strictly underage events.

Pimp My Party's sales and event manager Russell Hockey said the zero-tolerance policy towards drugs and alcohol was because they wanted to create an event where parents would know their children were safe.

Autumn Beatz UF is proudly sponsored by The Observer and from March 21 the paper is giving readers an opportunity to win an all-inclusive double pass to the Gladstone event.

To enter fill in the entry form in The Observer and either post it to The Observer Autumn Beatz UF, PO Box 351, Gladstone Qld 4680, or drop it into The Observer's office at 130 Auckland St.

Tickets for the festival cost $39 and are on sale from MoshTix at

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