The live music industry is making a comeback after months of local musicians being out of work due to COVID-19.
Pubs, clubs, breweries and other venues are slowly bringing performers back into the local scene after a hiatus and it is thanks to the community's support they can now expand the entertainment on offer.
Devil's Hollow Brewery marketing manager Leanne O'Sullivan said it is great to be able to have live musicians back in the venue.
"They have been missed," she said.
"But we missed everyone during the lockdown.
"It has been such a tough time for hospitality and our creative industries."
Following the new support from the NSW Government through Create NSW to host live entertainment events, Devils Hollow Brewery and the Singers and original Songwriters Association Dubbo (SOMAD) will be bringing their collaborative monthly performances back.
"We have our first returned event at the Brewery this month," Mrs Sullivan said.
"We will have The Safety of Life at Sea performing as well as our support act Brandon Troutman."
Mrs Sullivan said she believes there is a lack of live music venues.
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"Especially live music venues for original music, which is what SOMAD is all about.
"Our partnership with SOMAD means that not only can we produce great live music at our venue, but we are also helping to support original live music across our region."
Mrs Sullivan said the collaboration would not have been possible without the support of Create NSW.
The up and coming performance lead by piano and bass duo, The Safety of Life at Sea, will be the first collaborative live performance for SOMAD since COVID-19 sent musicians into a temporary hibernation.
The duo are from Bathurst but will be joined by Dubbo Music personality, Mr Troutman.
"Normal COVID-19 space restrictions are in place, but as it is a Wednesday night we are sure we can accommodate everyone who wants to come along in our fabulous venue," Mrs Sullivan said.
"Our crafted sessions tend to a very relaxed vibe, so people are more likely to remain to groove in their seats than needing to stand up anyway."
The event will run on Wednesday, July 15 from 6 pm.
Restrictions mean patrons must remain in their seats throughout the performance.