BUST out the belt buckles and boots for the annual Cowboy Crawl.
It's the perfect option for punters looking to see as many shows as they can in venues across the Hats Off to Country festival.
With more than five hours of live music in the country music capital, crawlers will help raise much-needed funds for Ronald McDonald House.
It's no doubt a highlight for visitors and locals, Cowboy Crawl co-organiser Chris Watson said.
"It's a great way to get around to as many shows [as possible] without the hassle of finding a ride to and from," Mr Watson said.
"Hats Off is all about getting together and having some fun while seeing all that the Tamworth music scene has to offer in the cooler and quieter months of the year."
The crawl kicks off at 6.30pm with Alby Pool's classic country at the South Tamworth Bowling Club, before it heads to 2019 Toyota Star Maker Blake O'Connor's album launch.
The night wraps up at The Longyard with Newcastle's country rock outfit, The Viper Creek Band. Tickets are $25 per person and the event is on July 13.