Among the wanted men this year is Jayson Aworth, who has been charged with aggravated sexual assault offences dating back to January this year.
"Crime Stoppers is committed to working with the Queensland Police Service, the media and local residents to gather anonymous information that can help to reduce drug supply and drug-related crimes and help keep the community safe.
"Local residents often hold the key to information that can help solve and prevent crime.
The day features a fashions on the field event and gourmet lunch for race fans, while providing vital funds to ensure Crime Stoppers Queensland can continue to do its great work.
Ipswich Crime Prevention Sergeant Nadine Webster said crowds in excess of 200 were expected.
Residents are urged to contact Crime Stoppers to anonymously report any information relating to people who may be bringing harmful drugs into the community.