Hog heaven at Smash

Profits from Ink & Iron will go to military veterans in need

Profits from Ink & Iron will go to military veterans in need

GRUNT MACHINES: Among attractions at the annual Ink & Iron day at Smash Palace is the motorcycle display that includes a show and shine line up. File picture

From the motorcycles and military machine display during the family-friendly portion of the day to the rock bands, tattoo show and wet T-shirt competition by night, the annual Ink & Iron jamboree has something for everyone.

Hosted by Smash Palace in association with the Military Motorcycle Brotherhood, daytime events includes a motorcycle show and shine, best American, custom and Japanese bikes and military vehicle display.

Profits from Ink & Iron will go to New Zealand military veterans in need.

Evening acts include Lazy Fifty who will perform their new album, 50 Shades of Lazy and more, as well as Prime Mover, a classic 1970s rock covers band that plays songs from Deep Purple, The Doors, Stevie Ray, ZZ Top, The Cult. The number one covers band in Auckland in the early 1990s, Prime Mover recently reformed and play gigs and festivals around the country.

Ink & Iron - Smash Palace, November 10. Entry to family friendly time, 1-4pm, gold coin donation. After-dark stuff, $10.

From the motorcycles and military machine display during the family-friendly portion of the day to the rock bands, tattoo show and wet T-shirt competition by night, the annual Ink & Iron jamboree has something for everyone.

Hosted by Smash Palace in association with the Military Motorcycle Brotherhood, daytime events includes a motorcycle show and shine, best American, custom and Japanese bikes and military vehicle display.

Profits from Ink & Iron will go to New Zealand military veterans in need.

Evening acts include Lazy Fifty who will perform their new album, 50 Shades of Lazy and more, as well as Prime Mover, a classic 1970s rock covers band that plays songs from Deep Purple, The Doors, Stevie Ray, ZZ Top, The Cult. The number one covers band in Auckland in the early 1990s, Prime Mover recently reformed and play gigs and festivals around the country.

Ink & Iron - Smash Palace, November 10. Entry to family friendly time, 1-4pm, gold coin donation. After-dark stuff, $10.

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