An artist on the Party in the Paddock line up has supported the festival's decision to call it time.
Musician Holly Rankin, more commonly known as Jack River, acknowledged the effort it takes to run a music festival.
"I've never been to a Party in the Paddock, but I'm sure it's a really incredible thing for the youth of Launceston," she said.
"I run a festival in my hometown and I know how hard they are, but how much they bring to a community."
Festival organisers announced on Tuesday that the 2020 installment of the festival would be the last.
Rankin said to be a part of the last festival would be really special.
"I'll be there in happiness and sadness," she said.
The artist will headline the festival's Thursday pre-party.
For nine years straight, PITP has been a go-to event. Despite expanding capacity every year, the festival has sold out for the past five.
Organisers said they did not want the event to become soulless and just another money-making experience.
Party in the Paddock will be held at White Hills from February 6 until 9.
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