Tamworth and Gunnedah's Wolseley Park will be alive with traditional dance as a part of a nation-wide initiative on Sunday.
The National Dance initiative will see Indigenous nations from across Australia perform traditional dances in their communities.
Gunnedah will be no exception, as a group of local dancers will perform a traditional rain dance.
Gunnedah event co-facilitator James Hogbin said Sunday's event would help spread a positive message across the country.
"Basically, all the traditional nations across the country will be dancing at the same time, regardless of where they are," Mr Hogbin said.
"Each nation will have a special message behind their dance.
"Some will be in light of the recent bushfires and some like us, will be a rain dance in light of the drought."
Gunnedah's traditional event will feature dancers of all ages and will encourage the public to learn about Indigenous Culture.
"These dances have been handed down for generations and are really special to our community," Mr Hogbin said.
"We will have a practice session on Thursday afternoon, hopefully we will have plenty of people come along and get ready for Sunday afternoon."
Mr Hogbin said he was hopeful "a good crowd" would attend Sunday's event.
"It's going to be a fun day and it would be great so see people come along," he said.
Thursday's practice dance session will be at Wondabah Park from 5pm, while Sunday's event begins from 12pm.
Meanwhile, Tamworth will host its event at Bicentennial Park from 12pm on Sunday.