IT'S been a tough year in agriculture, but Oberon Show Society president Nick Wills says the upcoming 120th annual Oberon Show will be a chance to get together and forget about the dry times for a bit.
"The last 12 months has been a gruelling year for everyone on the land and business owners due to the drought," he said.
"People's spirits have had to work hard over time to stay positive, so with this we invite you to come to Oberon Showground on February 8 to see the grounds come alive with displays, activities and entertainment.
"In addition to the traditional displays, this show welcomes the Reptile Kingdom, the rumble and tumble of wrestlers and, last but not least, our headline entertainment, Rooftop Express."
PHOTO FLASHBACK:Faces from the 2018 Oberon Show
PHOTO FLASHBACK:Faces from the 2019 Oberon Show
Mr Wills said the evening will finish off with the spectacular fireworks - depending on fire restrictions.
"A big thank you must go to the volunteers of the Oberon Show Society who make this annual event possible. And a big thanks to our sponsors," he said.
"We look forward to seeing you at Oberon Showground."