Genre-spanning bands and artists from Launceston and afar will combine for a bushfire relief gig at the Gunners Arms Tavern on Saturday.
Breathe and Rebuild will take concert-goers on a journey from an afternoon session of acoustic and intimate artists, through an evening of indie-pop, jazz and folk, and into a night of psych-rock, punk and grunge.
Organiser Sarah Triffitt - member of Paper Souls, who will perform for the first time in over 12 months - said there would be something for everyone, and people could pop in at any time throughout the eight-hour gig.
"Considering the theme and the cause, it's a really good example of how everybody from all different genres are coming together to support this," she said.
"It's been evident across fundraisers all over the place as well, that we're all combining behind the bushfire relief cause.
"That's why we've made it a mixed-genre event, so hopefully we can get a big, diverse audience as well."
Kicking off at 4pm, solo artists Alexander Tyson and Angus Austin offer a contrast from electric grunge, to indie-pop with jazz undertones. Den. will give the audience a taste of her new music, while Sleepyheads front man Pat Broxton will play a solo show.
Duo the Runaway Belles will play indie folk tunes, and electric duo A Boy Named Sue will play their style of blues and roots with indie rock vibes.
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The front man of the Prickly Grapes will debut his side project, Dirty Motel, before the band itself plays its high energy garage punk rock later in the night.
Trio Raccoon Dogs are fresh from performing at Party In the Paddock, and Paper Souls will perform in the lead-up to the release of their new album.
Hobart psych-rock band The Boners are coming up from the south to play as the night descends.
The night also includes a raffle with prizes donated by Bryher, the Princess Theatre, Fresh Comedy, Junction Music and Arts Festival, Barratts Music and the Gunners Arms.
All ticket sales will be donated to Red Cross Disaster Relief and WIRES wildlife rescue. Breathe and Rebuild runs from 4pm to midnight at the Gunners Arms. Entry is $20, and $10 for students.