Maitland City Council approved an application from Cattleyard Promotions to temporarily close some streets surrounding the Maitland Showground to ensure safe movement of pedestrians and traffic associated with the Groovin the Moo music festival.
On Saturday, April 28, between 8am and midnight, there will be several temporary road closures.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, Maitland can expect a cold night on Saturday.
A maximum of 21 degrees is predicted, with a minimum of only 10.
The festival is located at Maitland Showground and there are a number of ways you can get there.
For those who need to park their car, Maitland Lions Club will operate car parking at Cultivation Road, East Maitland.
The car park will be open from 9am to 11.30pm; cost is $5.
Drivers are reminded the location is private property and cars will need to be removed on the night.
There is also the option of being dropped off at Mailtand Train Station, which is a short walk to the event.
For more information, visit Groovin the Moos website.
There are 17 homegrown Australian acts are on the list, alongside 11 international acts from the USA, Norwary, Ireland and Denmark.
To make sure you dont miss the acts youre most excited about, check out 2019 Maitland set times at www.gtm.net.au/maitland
Things to remember
Bring warm clothes (it's forecast to be a cool night), don't forget your ticket and make sure you have your ID.
There will be ATM facilities on site but Groovin the Moo organisers recommend getting cash out before arriving at the event to avoid waiting in long lines at the machines.