The Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre is set to become a hub of junior speech, drama, dance and music talent next month when it hosts the Bathurst Eisteddfod.
Running from August 24 to September 13, this year's staging of the Bathurst Eisteddfod will be the 74th edition.
Bathurst Eisteddfod committee president Renee Fowler explained that programs should be released in the coming weeks, with the syllabus already released.
The committee has also put the call out for volunteers.
"We need over a hundred for it to run but it does depend," Ms Fowler explained.
"Some people will volunteer more hours and others not as much. Normally it takes over a hundred to fill the roster."
She also said that no experience is needed when volunteering, with the committee willing to accept people with as much or as little experienced.
"You'll be training on the job if you have no experience," she said.
For people that are interested in volunteering for this year's Bathurst Eisteddfod, contact the committee's volunteers coordinator Charmaine Nichills at 0432 961 716 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The adjudicators have also been locked in, however, they have not been announced.
Information is set to be released about them in the lead up to the eisteddfod on the Facebook page.
Ms Fowler also explained that there'll be prizes on offer in the dance category.
"We do have some special prizes happening this year in dance," she said.
"We'll be releasing information over time on Facebook as well. They're pretty special, so we've got a bit happening there."
For more information and to keep up to date on the latest news on the 2019 Bathurst Eisteddfod, visit the Facebook page at @bathurst.eisteddfod.
There was over 400 individual performances in last year's eisteddfod, with similar figures expected for this year's edition.