The Launceston crowd got their nut bush on for the sold out Red Hot Summer Tour as thousands rocked out to Hunters and Collectors, The Living End and Killing Heidi.
The Sunday event at the Country Club Tasmania marked the Australian wide event's 10th anniversary.
The tour's master of ceremonies Paul Taylor said the event had sold out pretty much nationwide.
"The Australian public are loving it," he said.
"I can't complain I think we've sold out every show, we only have about five or six left that aren't sold out but are close.
"We had Hobart yesterday and I think Launceston are sitting a little bit above Hobart at the moment, they're just really getting into it and having a good time."
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Artist James Reyne and bands The Angels, Baby Animals and Boom Crash Opera also rocked the stage in Prospect.
Mr Taylor said all the artists were very happy to be back on the tour and performing around the country.
"To have Killing Heidi for the first time in 20 years and the reunited Hunters and Collectors, to have them back after so long is a real coup for the Red Hot Summer Tour," he said.
"We're in our tenth year, so ten years of red hot rock."
The tours next stop is Port Macquarie before two shows in Sydney and then onto the Hunter Valley, Baulkham Hills and Bribie Island before continuing up the East Coast of Australia until April.