Apart from the Eisteddfod it's the biggest musical event of the year. It's River Jam and it's on Sunday October 13 at the Botanical Gardens.
Judah Kelly, the 2017 winner of The Voice is this year's judge and he'll kick off proceedings on Saturday night with a concert at the Goondiwindi Cinema and Theatre.
Drinks and nibbles from 6.30 and the concert begins at 7pm. Limited seating. Tickets from the PCYC.
River Jam itself begins on Sunday at 10a.m. Apart from the entertainment there's plenty of food, refreshments and stalls.
There will also be raffle tickets on the day to win a guitar donated by Phil O'Shea and signed by Judah Kelly.
The annual celebration of music and musical talent is in its 17th year. "We couldn't be happier about having Judah as judge," one of the driving forces behind River Jam for its 17 year history, Phil O'Shea said. This year's competition is organised by the PCYC.
As is often the case Judah's meteoric rise has a foundation of plain hard work and passion. Which is why he wants Australia to know there's far more to him than the winner of The Voice.
As Madeline Link writes: Crediting the talent show with his ascent to fame, the 23-year-old now wants to forge his own path in music.
"I still have to drive myself around and make my own bed, a lot of people have this perception that it's riches and fame and hanging out with Beyonce," he said.
"I get to make music now and sing in front of people whereas before I spent a lot of time playing for other people and now really getting to sing and I got comfortable with that.
"The Voice definitely helped with changing the situation I was in but now I get to sing and call the shots."
The country music singer has released his second album Real Good Time, inspired by both country and soul. The new album is an expression of who he truly is, Kelly said, after listening to at least 150 tracks - the two that he shortlisted never made the album. "If it's a cool groove that grabs my attention I'll listen a bit longer but it's usually the lyrical content that inspires me - I want something a bit deeper," he said.
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