The lineup for Launceston's Junction Hometown has been dropped, and it is good news all round.
Launceston is well represented with a number of local acts signing up for the Prince's Square festival which will be held from 27-29 November.
One more "secret" headline act is still awaiting announcement.
One of the Launceston locals on the lineup is Denni who is just about to release an EP and is primed to let loose.
While Denni has appeared at Junction previously, this is her first performance there as Denni and she has long been a fan of Junction Hometown.
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"They do a top job of bringing along local artists for Launy and keeping it locally based," Denni said.
Not having performed a live gig since March, Denni said anticipation was building to get into the festival scene and this was a great place to start.
"The park and location is a pretty significant spot and I'm excited for an outside gig," Denni said.
Denni was also looking forward to performing alongside Greeley.
"I'm excited to get him up on stage with me," Denni said.
Denni said the arts scene in Launceston punches above its weight but was limited by venues that could showcase the talent.
Junction Hometown has a focus on Tasmanian acts and provides another platform for Launceston locals to strut their stuff on a more grand stage.
Twenty-nine other performers and acts were announced for the festival including Launceston stalwarts, the Embers.
This year has been a difficult time for performers across the country with widespread venue closures and federal funding cuts and the festival was proud to showcase the state's "resilient and vibrant arts scene".
Alongside musical performances there will be opportunities for festival goers of all ages, and all appetites, with children's activities and food vans hopping on board.
The festival said the event was an opportunity for Tasmanians to support the creative community.
The festival is held across three days and tickets are on sale now here.
All sales from the festival will support the artists and creators of Launceston.
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