Yep! It's that time of the year again.
Time to brush off those boots, chuck on your country clobber and head along to the ninth annual Terara Country Music Campout.
Again hosted by Owen and Thelma Ison, this year's event runs from Thursday, March 26 to Sunday, March 29 but campers will be arriving at the Millbank Road location as soon as the gates officially open - 1pm on Saturday, March 21.
Again the event is raising money for a host of local charities and organsiations.
2020 again boasts an outstanding line-up of talent including Ernie Constance, Brian Letton, Royden Donahue, Lance Birrell, Rodney Vincent, Evan Platschinda, Pete Smith, Craig Giles, Christine and John Smith, Ged and Trudy, Rod and Rhonda, Lachie and George, Jenny Brosnan, Meryl Reinhard, Bryce Rawlings, Joe Reeves, Kingsley Day, Peter "Smokie" Dawson, Peter Coad, Coad Sisters, John Hermel and Anita Ree.
Rodney Vincent will headline the Saturday night performances.
Compares for the weekend will be Don Robinson, Lynette Aglinskas and Ernie Constance, while George Farnham will be providing the sound.
Artists will be supported by Terara Trio Band - Kingsley Day, Evan Platschinda and Trevor Letton
Terara Public School will provide a special performance on Friday, while Saturday and Sunday morning Poets' Breakfast will be hosted by Don Robinson, featuring Freda Harvey and Ray Essery.
On Saturday night a two-course dinner is available, but there are limited numbers, so get your tickets early $20 per person.
Mandy and the Shoalhaven Team will be there from Thursday (March 26) afternoon cooking up a storm over the weekend with their proceeds going to the Starlight Foundation.
While the main campout action starts on March 26, the couple have again organised a host of activities in the lead-up.
Walk up artists and poets wanting to have a go will have the chance on Monday morning and afternoon, Tuesday afternoon and night, hosted by Don Robinson.
Monday evening will also include a performance by Nowra Town Band.
There will be free dance lessons on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and free line dancing lessons on Wednesday afternoon.
If you'd like to learn the ukulele, there are free lessons on Tuesday afternoon with Ron, or maybe it's art that tickles your fancy? Enjoy art classes with Sandra Smith on Wednesday afternoon.
A special dance night will be held Wednesday with music by Barbara and Roger.
And the popular a special market morning will again be on Saturday.
A day pass is $15, weekend 3-day pass $50. Campout pass for people who would like to camp are $75 per person. Children under 12 are free.