Almost 2000 people turned out to the Prince of Wales Showgrounds on Saturday to see Jimmy Barnes perform.
Tracksuit pants, polar fleece, denim and stubby-holders were prominent among the crowd who were excited for a big night of Aussie rock.
With a pony club practising in the background, Barnesy and his supports put on a great show.
Barnes’ youngest daughter Eliza Jane kicked the night off as a part of the musical duo Evil J and Saint Cecilia.
Their set was a combination of alternative pop and slow, soulful songs all led by a strong guitar and stronger voices.
Former The Voice contestant Mahalia Barnes also showcased her powerful voice with songs from her new EP as well as a stirring rendition of Proud Mary.
Diesel wowed the crowd with his guitar skills and voice, playing many of his classics plus songs from his new album.
The rocker channelled a great blues vibe for his set as well as making a few ladies swoon with his youthful looks.
But it was Barnesy that the crowd was there for and when he took to the stage, the crowd gave the biggest cheer of the night.
He gave the crowd a taste of his new album, Pleasure House, and performed a duet with daughter Mahalia.
The second half of his set was packed with Aussie favourites.
Flame Trees, Lay Down Your Guns, No Second Prize, Khe Sahn and Working Class Man were all played back to back much to the crowd’s delight.
It was a sing-a-long for the many Jimmy Barnes fans who had travelled from the far reaches of Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
Saturday’s show was the only Victorian show on Barnes’ current tour.
The Pleasure House Tour continues with shows in South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland.
His next show is on Thursday, September 12, in Gawler, South Australia.