FEW Aussie rock bands can say they have survived for the best part of 30 years and for The Radiators that is not too far away.
The Radiators launched themselves onto the scene in late 1978.
Since then they have performed more than 4000 sweaty shows around the country.
It should come as no surprise to followers that they will stop in for a visit at Blacktown Workers Club.
The Radiators will take to the stage from 8pm on Friday, February 28.
The Radiators have carved themselves a niche in the annals of Australian rock history.
They have headlined and shared the stage with other great acts including AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, Dragon and INXS.
Each year the Radiators perform 150 shows.
Entry to see the boys sweat it out is $15 for members; and $18 for visitors and guests.
Blacktown Workers is in Campbell Street, Blacktown.