Regional Council of Goyder is following up with another drought event in Burra called "Dust the Blues Away" on Friday, June 28.
This follows the success of "Day In the Dust" Drought Relief Concert in Robertstown, which saw several hundred attend.
Head along to the Burra Sports Complex from 5.30pm and show your support to the resilient Goyder community who have been tackling tough times.
Enjoy a barbecue dinner and the fantastic sounds of the "Valley Cats" who will guarantee to get you up and dancing during the night.
Steve Angel (a Burra local) and the rest of the band recently performed at the Hub at the Gourmet weekend in Clare and wowed those who attended.
Special guest performances by locals Caitlin Drew and Jessie Klem will also be held throughout the night and should be enjoyed by all.
Bring the kids or grand kids along so they can have some fun on the Regional Youth Bus, cuddle the animals at the Farm Barn and have a henna painting done on their hand.
Don't forget your chair and your dancing shoes.
This event has been funded through a grant to Council from the Commonwealth's Drought Communities Program.
Dust the Blues Away will be held at Burra Sports Complex, Friday, June 28, from 5.30pm.
Entry is free, as well as the barbecue and children's activities.
The bar will be open for drink purchases.
For more information visit: goyder.sa.gov.au
Regional Council of Goyder hope to see its community members there.