NOISEWORKS: Jon Stevens.
NOISEWORKS: Jon Stevens.

Free open-air concert ITTES

THE International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show will host a free open-air concert on Friday, March 16.

Jon Stevens will headline the full production outdoor concert, supported by Shannon Noll and the up-and-coming Josh Owen Band.

It will be the first time any transport show has held a concert night in conjunction with the Truck Show.

It will feature a large LED screen and a professional lightshow, as well as a fully-equipped open-air bar and VIP area.

Jon Stevens is best recognised as the lead singer of Australian band Noiseworks who had four Australian top-10 albums.

He also fronted Australian rock band INXS after the death of its lead singer Michael Hutchence.

Shannon Noll first rose to fame as runner-up of the first series of Australian Idol, which led to his first record deal.

His performance at the show will coincide with his tour celebrating the release of his newest album, A Millions Suns.

Support act Josh Owen Band is now on the way to becoming a household name.

Having honed his skills in the musical melting pot of Melbourne's Brunswick St, Josh's modern-day spin on spiritual soul, a mix of funk, jazz, soul and reggae, creates a smooth and sensual urban soundscape that stretches the bounds of roots music.

Attracting visitors and exhibitors from around the globe, the show is the largest heavy-duty transport show staged in the Southern Hemisphere.

All major truck manufacturers, over 50 of the nation's top trailer body builders and the cream of the industry's ancillary equipment suppliers will be present.

The show and concert is a free event.

Visitors should register for their express entry pass via trucktrailershow.com.au.

The concert will begin about 5.30pm, immediately after the show finishes.

For more information on the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show, contact Sally Ingram on 03 9690 7022 or email sally.ingram@truck

www.trailershow.com.au

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