Emma Best (Mayfield), Emma Newey (Newcastle) and Beth Anastasiou (Tighes Hill) Bridget and Danae Jenkins from Kurri.

Abbie Wills and Kimberlie Richings from Cessnock.

Lyn Woolaston (Cameron Park), Leanne Julian (Nelson Bay) and Steven Store (Tanilba Bay).

Karen and Ray Ellis from West Wallsend.

Tracy Barwick (Floraville), Robyn Kachel (Caves Beach) and Chris Sutton (Singleton) posing with Peter Howels 1946 Ford Merc.

Kaylea-Ann Norrie from Raymond Terrace taking a spin in her retro ride.

Nine year old Chloe Beckett, Amelia Craft and Emilia McNamara from Cessnock.

Some of the classic vehicles on display.

Eliza Campbell from Toronto

Street performer Linda Wood from Sydney.

The flash mob that surprised the crowds at the festival on Sunday.

Some of the classic vehicles on display.

A model from Sunday’s retro fashion parade.

A view from the sky of the large crowd at Kurri Nostalgia Festival on Sunday.

Amanda and Brad Vickers of Cessnock

Michael Treneman (Sydney) and Louise Vanv (Kotara) busting a move on the dance floor.

Some dancers showing off their moves.

The Marching Koalas helped open the festival on Saturday morning.

Melissa Patterson from Singleton and Hayley Patterson from Wallsend.

Maria and Travis Lomas from Sydney renewed their wedding vows in the festival’s shotgun wedding on Saturday.

Sienna Petri (Cooranbong), Ingrid Stiertzel (Bonnells Bay) and Ebony Glynn (Gwandalan)

A model in the best dressed parade.

Rudy and June Galea busting a move on the dance floor.

Andrea Preston (Maitland), Lucy Plikss (Swansea) and Amy Newby (UK).

A couple showing off their moves.

Advertiser Manager Rebecca Gillon and Kristen Lanesbury.

The staff of LJ Hooker Cessnock, back row; Bryce Gibson, The Mr. Hooker Bear, Mellissa Gibson, Tegan Klienman and Andrew Franklin, front; Lauren Hawkins ad Peita Maloney.

Judges for the Best Dressed competition, Stacey Pethers (left) and Pauline Hanson (right) with 1st place Sarah Battle (Penrith), 2nd place Maria Lendvai (Sydney) and 3rd place Lynda Vincent (Bolwarra).

Some of the classic cars on display.

Some of the classic cars on display.

Denise Thorpe from Weston.

Bree and Lara Aspinall from Kurri.

Some of the crowd getting into the Nutbush.

Sue Lill and Tallon Todd from Maitland.

Crystal Goodman from Weston and Lilli Harris from Kurri.

Mayor of Cessnock, Bob Pynsent and event organiser Jodi Tweed.

Marilyn Monroe (Amanda Barrass) serenading local Alex Wilson from Abermain.

Maureen Davis from Sawyers Gully and Sandra Murphy from Cessnock.

Judges of the Best Dressed competition Max Markson and Stacey Pethers with 1st place Jackie Hills, 2nd place Rebecca Morris and Richard Grant and 3rd place Michaela Sanson, and judge Pauline Hanson.

Lynne Amor from Port Macquarie.

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