Tumbarumba will come alive this February when a much-loved event returns to the region.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Tumbafest would return in late February.
President of the committee Andrew Rae said they met in early December to consider the future of event.
It was decided that Tumbafest would go ahead in 2021, but the announcement was delayed until now due to the current coronavirus situation.
"The committee is in the process of developing an approved COVID-safe event plan for and the event will proceed subject to COVID restrictions," Mr Rae said.
"The festival committee will continue to closely monitor developments and the changing government restrictions to ensure the health and safety of our community and festival fans.
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"I strongly believe there will be enormous support for the event, given the hardships the community has faced following the 2019/2020 Bushfires and COVID-19."
Mr Rae said they were thrilled that Bendigo Bank and other major sponsors were quick to get on board with the event again for 2021.
"For this year's event we are thrilled to be bringing back Adam Thompson to the festival for the third time, this year with the entire Chocolate Starfish band to headline the festival on the Saturday," he said.
"Headlining Sunday will be 2021 Australian Golden Guitar Award Nominees for Best Group - Hurricane Fall."
Tumbafest will be held from February 27 to 28 at the Creekscape in Tumbarumba.
Full event details will be announced in the coming weeks with tickets to go on sale on January 13.