KEITH Urban fans are expected to snap up a few hundred more tickets in the remaining hours before the star hits the stage in Narrabri.
The music star will take to the stage in Collins Park tomorrow with support act Sheppard from 7.30pm.
So far, more than 5700 tickets have sold, with a total of 6000 expected to sell before tomorrow night with about 4200 from outside of the shire, which is good for business and tourism.
Crossing Theatre manager Trent Bruinsma said the week was going quickly, with the stage set up and planning going well.
“As the excitement builds, we would expect lots of people to be buying their tickets with plenty still available at the Crossing Theatre,” he said.
“As it gets closer, people will see the weather is fine, but chilly, and we expect a little spurt along. The chilly weather is nothing that being out with 6000 of your best friends won’t fix.”
Tent City is set up and sold out at the Narrabri Showground. It will house 130 tents for the night.
“It’s a good result for everybody,” Mr Bruinsma said.
At Collins Park, there will be two main bar areas, which will operate through a drink token system. For those who want to continue the party, the official after party is at the Crossing Theatre with Viper Creek Band and local groups 3 Legged Pig Dogs and West & Public.
Aleyce Simmonds and other acts will host other unofficial after-parties at venues across town.
Narrabri RSL will hold a recovery breakfast with plenty of people expected.