Ulladulla's spectacular annual Blessing of the Fleet Festival on Easter Sunday April 21, is one of the biggest festivals on the South Coast.
Music will be right around town all day, from the harbourside stage to the Civic Centre grounds to the Marlin Hotel.
Sweet sounds will be filling the air with top performers taking to the stage.
Josh Rawiri will kick off the entertainment on the main stage at 10am.
He is a contemporary Australian singer songwriter recognised for his heartfelt and potent live genre-fusion of pop, folk, deep roots rock and soulful blues.
Early in his career, Rawiri gained recognition for his heartfelt song writing and powerful live performances - quickly falling into a diligent schedule of national touring.
After years of widespread regional touring playing popular venues and festivals across every state, Josh Rawiri's tunes have reached stereos across Australia.
From 1-4pm there will be live music from Chris Rulewski at the Marlin Mini Carnival.
Chris is a guitarist, singer songwriter and DJ who has been playing music since the 1980s.
He brings favourite tunes to life with his friends, his guitar and his loop station.
Chris Rulewski has musical influences from Tommy Emmanuel, Eric Clapton, John Mayer and Ed Sheeran, and his musical versatility covers ballads to rock, blues to pop, and decades both past and present.
There will also be a Scottish Tattoo on the highway at 2pm with a massed pipe bands and Celtic dancers display, which is always a popular event at the Ulladulla Blessing of the Fleet Festival.
DJ Mystergio will light up things in the afternoon, playing a set from 4 until 6pm, leading up to the Mollymook Golf Club Fireworks on the harbour.
The masked man is renowned in the Ulladulla DJ scene and he is set to entertain, engage and keep people dancing.
Stick around for the fire twirling which starts from 5.30pm.
So come along, make a full day of it and enjoy this festival that showcases our beautiful town and harbour.
It's fun, it's colourful, it's exciting - Easter Sunday at Ulladulla Blessing of the Fleet Festival.
Make sure you don't miss it.