PEARL Jam tribute band King Jeremy and popular metal outift Visioner top a stellar lineup at a Border fundraiser on Friday.
Nineteen Border acts will come together in Wodonga to raise money for those affected by the bushfire crisis.
Albury Wodonga Music Community Fire Relief Fundraiser will run for almost 10 hours across two stages at Victor Supper Club, formerly St Ives Hotel.
The 19 acts include bands, acoustic outfits and rap artists, all of them donating their time.
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Fundraiser organisers Dan Caulfield, Evan McMahon and Ryan Nicholson have been working on the bill for weeks since Dan first raised the idea.
Victor Supper Club entertainment manager Mr McMahon said the bands were keen to support the event.
"Once it was official, the bands jumped on board very quickly," he said.
"We have so many great acts, and all the money is going to a great cause."
Aside from King Jeremy and Visioner, other acts were Mia Grace and the Aviators, Goliath, Duckpuppy, ELK, Egg Plant and the Giant Peach, Toby Mobbs, We Haven't Practiced, Grotesk, Young Cobba, Luke Dewing, Jack McDonald (Catnip Kaiser), Chelsea Knight, Caldwell Jones, Jim Martens, Gunjaroo, Taylor Grace and Danni Antonello.
Money raised will be donated to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal, going directly to communities in need.
Friday's gig runs from 2.30pm to midnight.
Tickets ($5) will be available at the door.