Band Together returns to the Far South Coast this weekend with a sensational line-up of musicians all ready to support two important causes.
While Killing Heidi has cancelled their appearance at the concert, the living legend of music Ross Wilson from Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock will take their place.
He is joined on the bill by ARC Supergroup, Mental As Anything, Bachelor Girl, Imogen Clark, Biilmann, Erin McMahon, The Figmentz, Matt Glass and the Loose Cannons as well as a long list of local artists.
Speaking to Australian Community Media as he was setting up on Thursday, event director Darren Jones said he was thrilled Wilson had joined the team.
"He liked what we were doing it for and the reasons behind it," he said.
All profits from the concert will be going to both the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter and the Bega Valley Disaster Relief Fund.
"Anyone that walks through that door is someone that could need to put their hand up for some of that fund if a disaster happens," Mr Jones said.
While he said tickets would be available at the gates, he encourage concert-goers to pre-book their tickets as it would help food caterers and bars to know numbers of attendees so they could stock adequate supplies.
There will be parking available at the Wolumla Recreational Ground for a gold coin donation to the town's Rural Fire Service.
But Mr Jones encouraged people to use the bus service provided for the festival, as for a $10 return ticket buses will take them to locations across the Bega Valley including Eden, Pambula, Merimbula, Bega, Tathra, Candelo, Cobargo and Bermagui.
Band Together is on Saturday, November 30 at the Wolumla Recreational Ground, Wolumla with gates opening at 12pm.
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