The fourth annual Rock at the Racetrack event took place on Saturday at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club.
Last year's stellar line-up was headlined by Daryl Braithwaite, and this year's followed the spectacular suit with another uniquely Australian set.
The stage was filled with music of the 80s from 3pm until just after 10.30pm.
The line-up hit the nostalgic spot for race goers, with tunes from The Whitlams, the Black Sorrows, Richard Clapton, Ross Wilson, The Badloves, Chocolate Starfish, Mental as Anything and The Convicts.
"We didn't have that big headliner this year like we did last year," said organiser and MTC CEO Steve Keene.
"This year what we tried to do was get a few big ones, not just the big headliner.
"Chocolate Starfish was really a standout. It was the first time I've ever seen them, and I was just blown away. They are true entertainers, really great."
The event this year did register a drop in attendance from previous years. Up to 2000 people came through the gates on Saturday as opposed to 4000 in 2019.
But Mr Keene did not recognise the drop as a defeat.
"This was the first year the MTC did 100 per cent of the organising, previously it's been done through Empire Touring and they would organise the bands to come out," he said.
Formerly known as 'Rock the Races', this was also the first year the event received a new name.
"There has been a lot of good learning for us, and we're only going to make it bigger and better for 2020."
Owing to the smaller, more intimate crowd setting, Mr Keene said the organising team were grateful there were no medical incidents or police matters to contend with.
"Everyone who came along had a really good time, there were no incidents whatsoever," he said.