Musician Fanny Lumsden is set to be among the first artists bringing live music back to the Griffith Regional Theatre on Sunday.
Lumsden recorded a new album Fallow, which was released last summer and had initially planned to tour the country before COVID.
While the pandemic put all her plans on hold, the easing of restrictions has meant tour dates can be rescheduled.
The NSW leg of the Fallow tour has been re-scheduled to coincide with the state government's Great Southern Nights live entertainment campaign and will be the final date of her NSW shows which have included Tamworth, Junee, Canberra and Morundah.
"After releasing this album through fires and then it coming out the day everything was cancelled because of COVID, getting an ARIA nomination has been a huge reaffirmation that in the end, we all need music, we all need songs," Lumsden said.
As well as her Australian Recording Industry Award nomination for Best Country Album, Lumsden has picked up seven Golden Guitar Award nominations for Fallow.
"We simply cannot wait to get out there and play these songs live in November and are really grateful to the Great Southern Nights initiative for making a lot of them possible," Lumsden said.
Opening for Lumsden on the tour is NSW south coast singer-songwriter Timothy James Bowen.
Tickets are available from Griffith Regional Theatre, for $30 for adults, $10 for children and $90 for a family. Doors open at 3.30pm on November 29.