Fans will be driving a motorhome through Australia’s south this summer, and there will be a whole lot of them.
The road trip is part of a new fan direction, which will see fans travelling from Melbourne to Brisbane and back.
The fan direction is part to the new “fan-centric” concept, which aims to encourage more fans to travel in the future.
“We want fans to experience Australia’s capital city at a different level than they do now,” ABC News reports the program as saying.
“So instead of going into the airport and getting a flight out, why not go to a fan-inspired festival in the city centre?”
You can come and hang out with friends, or you can go on an adventure.
It’s a little bit like being on a trip around the world.
“The program said the fans will be travelling from “a variety of cities around Australia”, but the first will be Melbourne, followed by Brisbane and Adelaide.
The program also said the program will be an opportunity for fans to get to know each other and the other fans travelling in the same direction.”
When the fan arrives at the fan-centric destination, they can get to grips with their new destination, meet and greet their fellow fans, and learn about their favourite fan-related events and festivals,” it said.
Fans can now sign up to the fan direction program on its website.
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