On Saturday, July 11, Kate Bush devotees plan to be joining the global event The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever from the Bega Valley.
The event is held annually in July in various locations around the world, with participants recreating iconic dance from Kate Bush's 1978 release of Wuthering Heights.
"This year we stand with victims and survivors of domestic violence and abuse, especially those facing homeless and displacement due to fire, and those under lockdown," a spokesperson said.
"We also dance in solidarity with all who have lost lives, homes, habitats and dreams to bushfire."
The group will meet at Quaama river at 10.30am, then proceed to a fire-affected property on Quinlans Rd, before moving to Cobargo Showground for a final dance around 12.15pm.
If you are coming as an observer the Cobargo Showgrounds will have the best access for viewing.
If the advice becomes that outdoor gatherings are no longer permitted, then the event will be cancelled.