A 'build back better' Tingha Plateau disaster recovery concert and honouring ceremony will be held on May 4.
Coinciding with International Firefighter's Day, the community afternoon will honour the front line troops who fought the huge blaze over a number of days.
Starting at 1.30pm at the Tingha Town Hall in Ruby Street, Aunt Sue Blacklock OAM and Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall will begin the ceremony.
"We welcome everyone to come to Tingha and enjoy a relaxing and happy concert," Aunt Sue said.
Crews from Fire and Rescue NSW, Rural Fire Service, State Emergency Service, Ambulance, Police, VRA Rescue and Forestry have personally been invited.
Entertainment on the day will be provided by a 12-piece string ensemble from the New England Conservatorium of Music, The Inverell Singers Choir, Brass Band from Danthonia and The Michael Boota Band.
"This is a very important event and we are delighted to be able to participate in it," New England Conservatorium of Music director Russell Bauer said.
Harvey Norman Inverell have graciously supplied framed commemorative prints to give out during the ceremony.
Two surprise football stars will attend the day and Tingha Public School children have a special part to play.
International Firefighters' Day (IFFD) was instituted after a proposal was emailed out across the world on January 4, 1999 due to the deaths of five firefighters in tragic circumstances in a wildfire at Linton in Victoria, Australia.
"The slogan for the concert is 'Build Back Better'. To recover powerfully, to greatly improve our community, seeing adversity as strengthening and cleansing.
"Finding hope and viewing fire as a natural cleansing, regenerating and renewing feature of the Australian environment," Tingha's Peter Long said.