The Bendigo Bank Tumbafest is the kind of event that brings the community together.
Businesses sponsor, donate or support the event in various ways, the council helps prepare plus inmates from Mannus Correctional Centre do a lot of work towards the event.
The committee work tirelessly to bring the event together along with more than 20 volunteers who help out over the course of the weekend.
The event attracts between 3500 and 7000 attendees depending on the weather.
Organisers are hoping for big crowds for the event's 22nd year on February 23 and 24.
There is a great committee who are behind the event. They all get involved and do a lot of work to make it happen which is fantastic.Event coordinator Karly Fynn
Gates open at 9.30am Saturday with entertainment on the main stage from 10am with the day wrapping up around 7pm.
Sunday the gates open at 9.30am with entertainment from 10am and will finish around 6pm.
For more information or to view the program go to www.tumbafest.com.au.
Tickets can be purchased online until the Friday (February 22) of the event or at the gate over the weekend.
Adult tickets: $63.25 for a weekend pass, $42.85 for Saturday or $32.65 for Sunday. Pensioner tickets: $37.75 for a weekend pass, $27.55 for Saturday or $22.45 for Sunday. Junior (12 to 17 years): $17.35 for a weekend pass, $12.25 for Saturday and $12.25 for Sunday. Under 12 years are free.