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Endeavour Field was not only once home to some of the big names of rugby league however also of Australian rock n roll.

Names such as Rogers, Ettingshausen and Miller all carved out their own slice of history on this hallowed turf however it was not only Rugby League who made the fans rise to their feet.

Names such as Hutchinson and Barnes were too some of the superstars to make this arena one excitement filled stadium!

These members of Aussie Rock royalty took to Endevour Field in the ‘Australian Made’ concert held on Australia Day, during it’s tour of 1987 featuring INXS, Jimmy Barnes and a host of Australian bands.

To mark the occasion, the Australian Music Week Film Festival will be making it’s way to Cronulla, being held between Wednesday, November 1 and Friday, November 3 at GU Filmhouse Cronulla.

Amongst celebrating a great event in Australian rock and roll history, one highlight of the Festival will be a special screening of the documentary, Australian Made, which follows the rock concert’s tour of 1987.

The film’s director Richard Lowenstein will be on hand for an exclusive Q&A to commemorate the concert’s 30th Anniversary.

Head here for more information on the Australian Music Week Film Festival.

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