ROLL UP, ROLL UP: Bronie Keen and Michelle Hanigan were all smiles during their visit to sideshow alley.
ROLL UP, ROLL UP: Bronie Keen and Michelle Hanigan were all smiles during their visit to sideshow alley. Linden Morris

The Show must go on!

TODAY marks the start of a three-day festival of fun proudly brought to you by the Warwick Show Society.

Gates open today, tomorrow and Sunday at 6.30am and close when the nights' events and entertainment have finished.

Treasurer Michelle Hanigan said it did not matter whether there was rain, hail or shine.

"The show must go on," Mrs Hanigan said.

"The only reason events will be cancelled is if the weather has been deemed to have made them safety hazards.

"However other shows around the district have experienced wet weather without problems so we are not worried.

"For those who are worried we have several undercover options including the woodchop, pavilion, shearing and the grandstands.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Janine Yuasa said most of the rain should ease this morning.

"There will only be a little light shower activity over Saturday and Sunday," she said.


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