Rockabilly Rage

Legendary live music venue, ‘The Croc‘ will rock every Saturday with Melbourne’s newest ALL ROCKABILLY weekly event, debuting this Saturday, February 28th from 8pm.

There will be a double bill this weekend to kick off this revolutionary new event with The Infernos and Stripped Black playing at The Croxton Park Hotel in Thornbury, Melbourne.   The talented DJ Joey Elbows will also be spinning the discs that evening.

Following this weekend’s grand opening, there will be a fantastic weekly lineup.  Saturday March 7th will be featuring Itchy Fingers and Cherry Divine.  Ezra Lee and The Havoc Band plus DJ Duke Tedesco will be sure to keep your toes tapping on March 14th. Set to play on March 21st will be The Flyin’ Saucers with DJ Joey Elbows and rockabilly trio The Infernos will put on another smoking’ hot performance with DJ Duke Tedesco on March 28th.    

The Rockabilly RageThis exciting event is well worth supporting.  Presented by Christine’s Rockabilly and The Croxton Park Hotel, the ‘Rockabilly Rage’ has some amazing plans in the pipeline including; fashion parades, pinup competitions and interstate acts.  Even a show and shine for hotrods, classic and muscle cars in the huge car park opposite is also on the cards!

With these future plans in addition to the awesome acts booked, you will most certainly have a great night at this spacious venue for a itty-bitty entry fee of only $7.  Where else in Melbourne can you experience live rockabilly entertainment for such a bargain price?  This is definitely going to be everything that Melbourne’s kustom kulture and rockabilly scene has asked for!  

Saturdays will never be the same from this Saturday Feburary 28th at the Croxton Park Hotel, 607 High St Thornbury.
 See you there!

 Mallory xoxox

P.S.  For your viewing and auditory pleasure, here’s The Inferno’s OFFICIAL VIDEO CLIP for their cover of the Charlie Feathers song ‘Stuttering Cindy’, which is just a taste of what is to come this Saturday at the Rockabilly Rage.  Enjoy! X


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2 Responses to Rockabilly Rage

  1. It sounds like so much fun, yet another event that I would absolutely love to go to if travel costs weren’t an issue 😉 I can’t wait to see the pics!


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