Get ready to rock the evening away at the Blast Furnace Park on Saturday, November 16 for the Lithgow Blast.
The free concert is for the young people of Lithgow and is funded through the Commonwealth Government's Drought Communities Program.
NSW is currently experiencing one of the most severe droughts on record.
Lithgow City Council's community and culture manager Matthew Johnson said the event was part of Council's program of activities for communities affected by the drought.
"Drought relief is more than actions that directly relate to the land, it includes the celebration of community strength and the provision of festive occasions," he said.
"Life has been made very tough for many people living in the area, particularly families and young people, we want to provide some relief."
Lithgow Blast will be an alcohol-free, all-ages event and features a line up for stellar artists from across the musical spectrum including Odette, The Delta Riggs, Yours Truly, Citizen Kay, Claude Hay, Phat Brass and Hollow Point.
"Lithgow has never before seen such a line-up of great musicians, so put it in your diary and tell all your friends," Mr Johnson said
Gates open at 1pm with music from 2pm until 9pm.
There will be food stalls by the Aussie Night Markets and The Bundyi Mawang Tent.
To ease into the day and connect with the local surrounds, Lithgow Walk 'n' Talk for Life will lead a walk around Lake Pillans commencing at 1.30 pm.
There will also be free shuttle buses to the event from the Lithgow CBD.
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