An annual Border performance showcase returns to a familiar format this year.
Albury Wodonga Eisteddfod will run its dance, music and speech and drama sections alongside each other between July 23 and August 8 while the debating dates are still being confirmed.
Last year's competition at Albury Entertainment Centre comprised two parts, with the music and debating categories held in June and the other disciplines a month later.
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Entries for the 2020 eisteddfod opened on Monday and can be submitted until May 15, no late entries accepted.
Entry details are found in the catalogue of events, now available at Border dance and music stores, Murray Conservatorium, council offices, libraries and the eisteddfod website.
The dance component, which attracted 1671 entries last year, begins on July 23 and continues until August 2.
Music will take place between July 23 and 29, with speech and drama scheduled for July 29 to August 1.
Entries for the highland dance competition on August 8 will open separately.