After almost three weeks of speech, dance and music, the 74th Bathurst Eisteddfod is set to wrap up on Friday evening.
And since it all got underway on Saturday, August 24, hundreds of solo and group performances have taken to the stage at the Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre (BMEC).
Bathurst Eisteddfod committee president Renee Fowler said this year's edition has run smoothly.
"I think the kids have been fantastic during the entire eisteddfod and we've had more entries than last year," she said.
"We've also had a good turn out for volunteers."
The final performances on Friday will included guitar solos, infant percussion and classical woodwind solos, to name a few, before the eisteddfod concludes on the night with a community choir at BMEC.
"Each group will get the chance to perform a song from a musical and tickets are normal prices," Ms Fowler.
And come Saturday, the Bathurst Eisteddfod committee will turn its attention to the 2020 Bathurst Eisteddfod, which will be a milestone for the event - the 75th edition.
The 2020 Bathurst Eisteddfod is set to run from August 22 to September 12.
"We'll be looking to bring back our grand concert on the final night for next year's eisteddfod," Ms Fowler said.
"It hasn't happened in a while, so it would be good to bring it back. We'll also be bringing out some other blasts from the pasts.
"We'll also be after ideas for new sections and entry expression of interests from people who would like to sponsor."
Many of the eisteddfod's volunteers have taken time-off from work to help out, while others have worked around their job commitments to lend a hand where needed.
Friday night's performance community choir is set to get under at 6.30pm and will feature performances from LiveBetter, Glenray, Bathurst Panorama Chorus and the Mitchell Young Voices.