The IG Big Swing Band will roll into The Cube Wodonga next week for the sixth time.
But this year they are adding a different flavour.
Managing director Ivan Gellie said they are aiming at a younger audience this year and the "old school songs will have a modern touch".
"We will still be playing songs by people such as Frank Sinatra and The Rat Pack but our vocalist Glenn Star is going to be changing them up a bit to target that younger demographic," he said.
"And we will be also doing some Michael Buble numbers but there is still that big band sound we all love.
"We sold out last year and we are aiming for that again but are putting a different swing into the big swing band."
The event on October 20 promises to "get you up and dancing".
"I am an old school big music lover," Mr Gellie said.
"And I hope to see our audiences dancing around to our music.
"Unlike DJ's, big bands always get you up and dancing and this is what we aim to do."
IG Big Swing Band singers include Glenn Starr, Liz Kolisnyk, Kierra Oates, Niki Schuur, Louise Phegan, Natalie Schrickker and Courtney Brogden.
Rhythm instruments feature keyboard, percussion, bass and guitar.
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Mr Gellie said there was also a focus on local talent this year.
"We have a lot of local musicians and singers joining the band this year," he said.
"I am passionate about local talent and that includes a brand new quartet which will perform Glen Miller and Count Basie classics."
Mr Gellie said a Count Basie number, written by Vernon Duke and arranged by John Ferguson, would open the big swing concert with a whole-band performance.
Fans will hear works by the likes of Michael Bublé, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Junior, Ella Fitzgerald and more over two-and-a-half hours.
"It is a show for the whole family and is a great afternoon of big band swing music," Mr Gellie said.
For more information or to buy tickets to the event visit thecubewodonga.com.au