Sounds of iconic rock will fill Mary Ann Reserve this weekend, with stars like Joan Jett, and Sounds by the River favourite Jimmy Barnes heading this year’s lineup.
The Living End will be performing, as well as one of the country’s most celebrated guitarists, Diesel and Richard Clapton.
Chocolate Starfish will also be returning to the riverside town to perform for the crowd of thousands.
While this year’s event is sold out, traffic restrictions are in place for anyone who might be passing through Mannum.
The southern part of Mary Ann Reserve will be fenced off and unavailable for general public use from January 11 until January 13.
River Lane and Trewartha Street will be closed between 11 am and 11.30 pm on January 12.
The Mary Ann Reserve boat ramp and Rowing Club carpark will be closed from 6 am January 12 until 6 am January 13.
- For further details on the traffic restrictions contact Mid Murray council’s