F1 Rocks staged two concerts at the Sidney Myers Bowl with headliners Lenny Kravitz, The Cranberries and Wolfmother.
The champagne then flowed at the Afterparty, at Melbourne’s Eve night club, as more than 450 glamorous guests partied with teams and Formula 1 drivers including Bruno Senna and Pedro de la Rosa.
A fire act, drummers and search lights marked the club’s entrance, and guests sipped on specially created F1 Rocks cocktails.
Mr Hudson headlined with a DJ set, Australian DJ Havana Brown, UV dancers and hula performers also entertaining revellers.
Event reported yesterday how the F1 Rocks concerts as part of the Malaysian Grand Prix have been cancelled days before they were due to take place, amid rumours of a contractual dispute between organisers Enterprise Entertainment and headliner Kylie Minogue.
The F1 Rocks music shows at Kuala Lumpur’s Twin Towers were scheduled for 23 and 24 March as part of the Formula 1 race this weekend.
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