IF YOU think sitting around a campfire and listening to country music sounds like a good way to spend the evening, then you'll be in for a treat over the long weekend.
A special campfire concert featuring local musical talent and country stars is planned for the June long weekend.
But amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire concert will be streamed online, from their home to yours, on Saturday June 6.
The stellar line-up includes Aussie favourite Colin Buchanan, along with other Golden Guitar Award winners like Travis Collins, Amber Lawrence, Fanny Lumsden and 2020's best new talent winner, Blake O'Connor.
Country music artists Gretta Ziller and Matt Cornell will also take to the virtual stage.
Broadcasting personality and outdoor guru Paul Burt is set to host the show, which will run from 5pm to 6:30pm on Saturday.
"Great music and a crackling campfire truly have the power to bring people together and that's what we're going to be doing," Mr Burt said.
He said listeners can look forward to experiencing "some of the best and brightest musical talent that our great country has to offer" without even stepping foot out of your home.
Whether you're watching from your lounge room or are rugged up outside beside a crackling campfire, the show can be accessed through the Anaconda camping store's YouTube channel or Facebook page from 5pm on Saturday, June 6.
Amid a slew of cancelled gigs and gathering restrictions, the virtual concert provides a way for listeners to get a live music fix and support artists.
Anaconda is the company behind the event, and is offering people the chance to send in their favourite 'outdoors-y' memories throughout the concert as part of a competition.
More information can be found on Anaconda's website.