Bloemfontein car enthusiasts can yet again prepare for a bumper programme when the Alphina Boys play host to the second annual Spin Bash at the Grassland arena this coming weekend.
The organiser of the event, Boeta Simons, says spinners from across the country will make the journey down to Bloemfontein to partake in the event that will take place tommorow. Stunts, drifting, spinning, and close to the wall action will be at the order of the day.
“It will be massive, we are expecting a sold out event. We will play host to the well-known spinner Eddie Rasta from Cape Town for the very first time. There is also a group called Bad Company and a host of local spinners that will be in action. The hype is real and we’re hoping for a good show,” says Simons.
Aside from the spinning, where fans are expected to be entertained by the sound of screeching tyres, spinners raising massive clouds of smoke and various tricks, there will also be live entertainment in the form of various DJ’s and dance groups from around Bloemfontein.
Several competitions will take place at the event while fans can also expect free Wi-Fi facilities at the show, according to the organisers.
Simons says everything has been done to ensure the safety of the spinners and fans at the event, while the profits of the show will be used to do community work in Bloemfontein. Preparation for the event has been tough as we had a few obstacles. But we always try to follow the right channels to ensure the safety of our people. Security, the police and ambulances will be on sight,” says Simons.
Tickets are sold at R80 at the gate for adults, and R40 for children. For tickets, phone Boeta Simons on 072-913-5876.