Locals in the Spring Ridge area can have A Beer on the City on Sunday night.
The Royal Hotel has been chosen to host the social event as part of a drought relief road trip through rural NSW for Drought Angels.
Pub co-owner Tom Archer said he was contacted by outback photographer and rural ambassador, Edwina Robertson, two weeks ago and was "very surprised" that the Royal had been chosen.
"[Edwina] said Spring Ridge is just a bit of an ionic bush pub for this area," Mr Archer said.
"It's an exciting thing for the community. Spring Ridge is a very community-minded centre.
"We have great people here."
From 6pm on Sunday, "everyone can come in and enjoy a free round", thanks to corporate sponsors in Sydney and Toowoomba.
The pub kitchen will close for the night and Premer and district Lions Club will fire up the barbecue while Tamworth musician Matt O'Leary entertains the crowds.
"If it does nothing else, it brings everyone together and everyone talks among themselves," Mr Archer said.
"And that could be the simplest thing, one helping another out with fencing ... or talking about their problems; this is so stressful for guys at the moment.
"The good thing about the drought, if there is a good thing, is it has brought the community together."
Ms Robertson and Channel 7 TV presenter Sammie O'Brien will pop in and there will be plenty of cameras to catch the action.
"When they put it all together, they'll try and turn into some sort of television presentation," Mr Archer said.
"I'll make sure I do my hair that day."
Ms Robertson said she and Ms O'Brien chose the Royal because "we'd heard it was quite a good social place to go".
"A lot of people talk fondly of the Spring Ridge pub and the whole reason for this trip is to get people out socially, so it's another way to help our drought-affected communities ... and keep up morale," she said.
"[The pub] is in a smaller community so it will assist the farming communities in that area.
"These events are really about the community as a whole.
"It's not just farming families affected by the drought."
Ms Robertson said the event was one of the biggest on the schedule and extra funds had been allocated.
"I get that people are exhausted and drained [but] we really encourage people to come and enjoy a night out," she said.
"We're really looking forward to this one."
The photographer said they would also be visiting farmers in the areas to deliver food hampers on behalf of Drought Angels.