The spirit of the Rolling Stones is coming to Port Fairy's Reardon Theatre on Saturday night.
Richard Crawley, lead singer of south-west band Tumbling Dice, says the event will not be a tribute show but a celebration of "amazing music".
"We do not dress up like the Stones and prance around like some tribute bands, we are not interested in that," he said.
"(For us) it is about the amazing music the band made particularly between 1968 and 1972."
Songs included from the era include classic titles such as Brown Sugar, Honkey Tonk Woman and Jumping Jack Flash.
"The bulk of the material will come from there but we will include others such as Satisfaction," Crawley said.
Tumbling Dice will perform a 90-minute set, with support from Port Fairy artist Stone La Femme (Carly Clifford).
"Stone is doing a 45-minute set, all Rolling Stones songs solo playing electric guitar," Crawley said.
"She has a really strong voice, you should hear her version of You Can't Always Get What You Want."
Crawley said the two acts would put on a show with great continuity.
"Our set lists do not overlap," he said.
"(The show) will really do justice to the music.
"We have got a big area so we can have proper staging, a really good space for dancing and a great light show which will add to everything.
"We have got it set up to be really good.
"It will be a bloody great party."
Doors open at 7.30pm on Saturday, August 10, with music from 8.30-11pm. Tickets are available from this link, Dale Cleaves Music in Warrnambool, or at the door.
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