It's where bikies, tattooists and families come together to raise funds for charity while riding dodgem cars, listening to live bands and viewing the region's best custom bikes.
This year's 20th annual Custom Bike and Tattoo Show family open day will be held at Albion Park on Saturday.
Hosted by the Fourth Reich Motorcycle Club, the event's proceeds will go to the Albion Park-based Bendigo Bank Aerial Patrol.
"There will be local bands playing, an exhibition of bikes and cars, trade stalls, a kids' area with merry-go-rounds, an animal farm and reptile show as well as a boxing exhibition," a club spokesman said.
Although bikies have been making headlines across Australia for being on the wrong side of the law, he said the community was behind the event.
"With all the bikie stuff in the media recently, it does make it hard. But in this community here we don't have any dramas or issues."
So why did the motorcycle club choose the aerial patrol for the proceeds?
"Harry [Mitchell], from the patrol, has been a friend of a lot of us in the past. But friendship is one thing, it's the organisation that he has.
"We wanted to help a non-profit organisation and there's little funding for them. They are also our neighbours."
Mr Mitchell said the funds would go "straight to keeping the planes in the air for the summer beach patrols".
"We're very grateful to the community and the Custom Bike and Tattoo Show," he said.
The event will be held at the bike club complex in Croome Lane, Albion Park and gates will open at noon with entry at $10 per adult and free for under 16s.