AFTER a year when the event was cancelled as bushfires devastated the local area, Rock'n at the Racecourse will make a comeback in just a few weeks.
The Coolah event will be held on April 13, after a reported 500 people enjoyed the last event in 2016.
"An entertaining and talented line-up of musicians will ensure that this music festival is brilliant," an organiser said.
"From 2pm until midnight, the crowd will enjoy a feast of music, fireworks, food, markets, kids’ entertainment and camping facilities in the beautiful Coolah Valley."
The line-up will include The Bowden Brothers; Streamline featuring Steve McCauley, Jess Holland and Sarah Byrnes; and Carrot Bowen and the Collective.
They will be supported by an open mic session and performances from local group United Dance.
"This community event has been taken to new heights, and the committee strongly encourage our faithful followers, community members - as well as their friends and family who haven’t experienced a Rock’n at the Racecourse - to come along, support the festival and have an amazing time," the organiser said.
The event has been running every year or two for 17 years, but "due to the bushfires which tore through our wider community, the committee thought it was better to plan a brilliant event for 2019".
"Due to the popularity of this fabulous event, along with the amount of organising and set-up involved, the decision was made the move to the current location of the Three Rivers Recreational Ground," the event organiser said.
"Upgrades to the recreational ground, completed in 2015, make it the perfect venue."