MIDNITE Cafe is set to wow Dubbo regulars this Saturday night with another great line-up of performers.
There will be plenty of local performances as well as performers travelling from Wellington and Orange.
The main event of the night will showcase the "very gifted" teenager Kodi Lane.
Liz Hedge, a member of the Midnite Cafe committee, said "Kodi has the voice of an angel and is guaranteed to be the next big thing out of Dubbo".
This will be the 17-year-old's first performance.
"I'm pretty excited to see how it all comes together and see the community get involved with the event," he said.
Kodi, a Dubbo College Senior Campus student, has already released his first album.
"I thought having my own album would be overwhelming but it feels like I've done it before, I'm pretty happy," he said.
"I guess everything just fell into place, Mum knew who to call and my family has been very supportive."
Kodi also has songs on a Triple J Unearthed album, all of which have been completed while finishing his HSC.
"I've been trying to write more material for performances but at the moment it's a bit hard working around the HSC," he said.
In upcoming months, Midnite Cafe may be relocating to the Pipe Band Hall in Brisbane Street, although securing the arrangement and negotiation is still in progress.
This month, the cafe will be selling new blends of coffee.
The cafe will also host a special appearance from Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson, who will be there to draw the night's raffle.
The big prize for that is the chance to see Xavier Rudd, who will be performing in Dubbo next month.
Midnite Cafe kicks off at 7pm and will be held at Wesley Hall on Church Street.