Singers will gather together for "A Fabulous Evening of Song" in an attempt to beat back the drought blues and raise funds for Griffith's charities.
The event was organised by the Rotary Club of Griffith, and rotarian Brian Sainty said an event like this was sorely needed to lift people's spirits in the midst of the crippling drought.
"Due to the mental stress caused by the drought, we feel it proper to donate the proceeds of the concert to charities helping to alleviate that stress, Mr Sainty said.
"Another way to relieve stress and depression is music and song. This is not just our opinion, but a proven fact."
On the night the Griffith Tongan choir will be performing some classic Tongan hymns in addition to some of the more contemporary English songs the choir has been learning.
The Tongan choir, famous for their strong rich voices, have been performing in Griffith for over 40 years to appreciative audiences.
The Sing Australia choir will also be bringing their A-game on the night, singing a selection of their favourite classics.
The Wagga City Rugby Male choir will be driving down to Griffith to take part in the event, and they'll be bringing 45 of their best tenors and basses to the show.
The event will be held at Griffith Regional Theatre from 6.30pm to 8pm on October 19.
Tickets can be bought at the theatre box office or online at griffithregionaltheatre.com.au
The cost is $25 for adults, $20 for concession, and free for children.
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