ORGANISERS have labelled Horsham Rockers' annual Rock N Roll festival an excellent weekend.
Vice-president and festival organiser Noel Brown said more than 160 people came to the city for the three-day event from Friday to yesterday.
"It was very good," he said. "We had people from all over the place, including Mt Gambier, Warrnambool, Hamilton, Colac and Shepparton."
The festival kicked off on Friday night with music and dancing at Horsham College Hall.
"We had the band Knock Knock Rattle from Bendigo play, which was followed by DJ Jeff from Melbourne," Mr Brown said.
The theme for the night was 'British invasion' and people were encouraged to wear outfits from the early 60s.
Saturday followed with a dancing demonstration at Horsham Plaza and then Knock Knock Rattle performed again at Horsham College Hall that night.
"On Sunday morning we had breakfast together and then headed to the RSL for more music," Mr Brown said.
"We are very happy with the outcome and it has been a really good weekend."Everyone had a great time.
"He said the festival had a strong social atmosphere."Everybody just came together and had a gold old yak," he said.
"It was good to get to know each other better and everyone was very friendly.
"The annual festival has been running for about 10 years."We've been going for a long time," Mr Brown said.