Ticket prices have been slashed just days before the 2019 Stars of the Sapphire City Dance for Cancer to only $30.
Organisers have listened to residents and have reduced prices to allow more people a chance to enjoy the fun-filled event.
Cancer Council NSW community relations coordinator Tracey Cullen hoped the auditorium would be "packed" come Friday evening to support the nine acts.
"We've listened and know the drought is biting hard that's why we've brought prices down. Those who have already purchased tickets have the option of a refund or to donate the amount to Cancer Council," she said.
Tracey said the 'dancing with the stars' inspired event was one that a cross-section of the community would enjoy.
Tickets can be purchased at any time from the Inverell RSM Club at either the front desk or behind the bar.
Josh Blair and his group of indigenous dancers will kick start the night before local stars take the stage.
After the nine acts, judges will choose a winner and the People's Choice will be counted.
"There will be nine jars and people will vote via dollars. Whoever has the most money in their jar will be crowned People's Choice."
An auction of five great items will also take place while counting and judging happens.
Already around $7,000 has been raised by the stars through various fundraisers, including Ladies Day at Rugby Park a few weeks ago.
The star who has raised the most for Cancer Council NSW to provide accommodation for those who travel for treatment will receive a special award.
"I think the stars are going great with fundraising. They have a lot on with rehearsals and fundraising so hats off to all of them for putting their hands up."
With ticket prices slashed, Tracey encouraged locals to get involved and be prepared for a fantastic night out.
"Bring your dancing shoes, who knows you might end up on the dance floor. Tickets can be purchased anytime. We'd love to see a packed-out event."