Hilltop Hoods to headline Summernats

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AUSTRALIAN hip hop trio Hilltop Hoods will headline the annual Summernats festival in January.

Summernats co-owner Andy Lopez says the multi-ARIA award winning group will headline the Friday night entertainment at Summernats 26, in Canberra from January 3-6.

The group, who have just performed a sold out show at the ANU as part of their Australian tour, say they “can’t wait to get down to Canberra and kick off the New Year at the Summernats.”

Lopez says while last year’s event attracted more than 90,000 avid car enthusiasts, vehicle entrants for Summernats 26 are currently at a record high, with more than twice the number of entrants as this time last year.

Lopez has also promised another big-name rock band will be announced in the coming weeks.

Summernats 26 will be held at Exhibition Park in Canberra from the 3rd – 6th January 2013. For more information and ticket prices, visit the website at www.summernats.com.au

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