The Delta Riggs, The Cube Wodonga, Saturday, May 18, 7.30pm
Intergalactic rockers The Delta Riggs are bringing their awesome act to the Border for a big night of live music and dancing. Hot on rotation on Triple J and with more than 130,000 plays on Spotify, the group's latest single Out of Place has been an instant favourite with fans. The song focuses on the importance of real, candid human connection in a digital age, and the unhealthy disconnect that is implicit in purely online relationships. The Delta Riggs will be supported by the electrifying Emilee South while the first support on the night will be Border singer-songwriter Tullie Roberts.
World Moscato Day, Brown Brothers Winery, Sunday, May 19, 2pm
In celebration of World Moscato Day, Brown Brothers is hosting a Moscato-inspired afternoon of indulgence. Gather in the historic Barn to enjoy all the delights that the world of Moscato has to offer. Enjoy a seated Moscato High Tea with sweet and savoury share platters all matched to Brown Brothers Moscato. But if that is not quite your cup of tea, then book a cocktail mixing session with resident expert Tahnee. Learn how to make two Moscato-inspired cocktails. Limited places for 2pm and 4pm.
Wangaratta Festival of Dance, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre, Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19
Hundreds of young dancers will head for Wangaratta this weekend. More than 680 entries have been received over two big weekends of the Wangaratta Festival of Dance. Adjudicator for the first weekend of competition will be Anne-Marie Brazier Wanless. Chookas all!
Kinky Boots, Albury Entertainment Centre, Saturday, May 18, 2pm and 7.30pm
The Albury-Wodonga Theatre Company puts on its final shows of Kinky Boots. It features the energetic talent of Albury's Mali McKie and Wagga's Abu Kebe in lead roles. Co-directed by Jeremy Zuber and Claire Moodie, it is as energetic as it is colourful.
Made by Me Market, Junction Place, Wodonga, Sunday, May 19, 9am to 1pm
Meet the makers of beautiful creations at this boutique, handmade and unique market in the heart of Wodonga. Think beeswax wraps from charming prints, sweet succulents and children's clothes. There will be coffee and food to start your Sunday off right.
Ablaze Long Way Home Tour, St Ives Hotel, Wodonga, Saturday, May 18, 8pm to midnight
Ablaze is back on the road this year with a second single Long Way Home. The outfit's well-known blistering live show will take control of your earholes on the Border. Special guests will be Snug Pugs, Death Valley Darkhorse and The Dociles.