The all-abilities Raise Your Voice choir will headline their own show for the first time at the Lighthouse Theatre on Thursday night.
Performer Tom Richardson said this was a big step forward for the group after performing on a number of festival stages and at the Rotary Peace Concert.
"We have never put on our own show," Richardson said.
"We have some pretty exciting opportunities in the pipeline, so we need to raise the money to make sure we can pursue these opportunities when we can.
"The group is ready to rock'n'roll."
Choir member Becky Biddle is looking forward to taking on the challenge of a longer performance and a bigger stage.
"It is definitely a step-up," Biddle said.
"I just really enjoy being part of empowering the community, building awareness and breaking down barriers, it is a really fantastic and wonderful journey doing this.
"When we sing we are just one big, huge, powerful voice.
"I get to sing from my heart and soul when I am up on stage (with the choir)."
Biddle credits being the choir with an improvement in her mental health.
"It has helped me a lot with my mental health, being involved has helped me overcome my anxiety and depression," she said. "I reckon we will rock the stage."
The Find Your Voice choir will perform a 45 minute set at the sold out performance, with support from the Warrnambool Special Developmental School band Evolution.
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