Taryn Potter, Tyler Jocumsen and Mary-Ann Harding are primed and ready to celebrate tomorrow’s Pub Fest.
Taryn Potter, Tyler Jocumsen and Mary-Ann Harding are primed and ready to celebrate tomorrow’s Pub Fest. Nat Bromhead

Last drinks for Pub Fest

IF YOU are counting down the hours, minutes and seconds until the beginning of Pub Fest at 11am tomorrow you surely are not alone.

Keen crawler Taryn Potter is ready and waiting for the cannon to go off tomorrow to mark the start of the almighty celebration.

“There has been a lot of consideration and time go into our costumes and preparation for the event,” she said.

“It’s all worth it for a good time with family and friends.”

Miss Potter will join with close friends to form a group called BAM and the Booze is Gone, celebrating the orange theme in support of the State Emergency Service.

“The costume competition is going to be great,” she said.

Maryborough still holds the Guinness World Record for most people on a pub crawl in 2009.



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