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Rock on to breakfast

Frankie J Holden is one of the Cooly Rocks On official ambassadors.
Frankie J Holden is one of the Cooly Rocks On official ambassadors. John Gass

COOLY Rocks On continues to pull surprises out of its sleeve, announcing a last minute event that could see you sharing your bacon and eggs with Si Cranstoun, Frankie J Holden and Wilbur Wilde.

Journalist, commentator and rock music guru Glenn A Baker will introduce and chat with a huge line up of stars in the Cooly Rocks On breakfast.

Tickets will sell out quick for this event at just $15 for a hot breakfast as well as the opportunity to ask questions of the famous rock'n'rollers at the Swing City Marquee at 7.30am.

But if you miss out on tickets, Frankie J Holden and Wilbur Wilde will be on the prowl during the festival in their official roles as ambassadors so you're bound to catch up with them at some stage.

You can see them in the following performances.

The JO'K Celebration Concert: Stars Frankie J Holden with Tony Worsley, Roland Storm & Sharon Rowntree.

Friday June 8 at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club. Tickets $27 online; $32 at the door. Hosted by Glenn A Baker.

On The Prowl: Stars Frankie J Holden & Wilbur Wilde with Tony Worsley & Roland Storm.

Saturday 9 June at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club. Tickets $27 online; $32 at the door.

Cooly Rocks On All Star Extravaganza: Stars Sweet Rock, Mighty Guys, Frankie J Holden, Wilbur Wilde, Roland Storm, Tony Worsley, Si Cranstoun, Retro Rockets, Dirty Boogie Band, She is the King, Damian Mullin, Lucky Starr, Itchy Fingers, Flattrakkers, Leisa Kerris.

Monday 11 June at Swing City Marquee. Tickets $30 online; $33 at the door or book online.

Topics:  coolangatta, cooly rocks on, frankie j holden, wilbur wilde



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