After a year off in 2018, Berry will again play host to a special concert in aid of East Timor.
The fourth Foxfest fundraiser will take place on Saturday, April 6 in the Cattleshed of Berry Showground.
“We are putting Foxfest on for our fundraising efforts for our ties with the people of Timor-Leste,” organiser Joe Cato said.
“The charity has had a change of direction as well as a name change. It is no longer the Bairo Pite Clinic, but Maluk Timor.”
Maluk Timor is an non-government organisation that aims to transform healthcare in Timor-Leste’s community health centres.
The first two events took place at Mr Cato and wife Maura's property, Glengariff in Foxground.
Inclement weather led to the 2017 concert being relocated to Berry at the last minute.
Mr Cato said the new venue was more accessible for attendees and logistically easier for the organisers.
Mr Cato said this year there will be three musical acts performing; Blessie Pica, The Dynamic Lifters and Lo Roberts.
There will be auctions and a raffle on the day to help raise funds for the charity.
Mr Cato said past events typically drew about 250 people.
“You are welcome to BYO food and drink, and don’t forget some chairs,” Mr Cato said.
The venue is located on Albany Street, and the event runs from 12pm to 4pm.
Tickets are available here.