GET ready for a weekend to remember with Gympie's National Youth Week concert set to go off tomorrow.
The four-band line up features Gympie solo artist Toni Rooney (former member of The Secret Whisper) performing between acts.
Brisbane's My Little Eye will take the stage and so will two well-known Gympie bands Kymira and Willows.
Headlining is Drawcard and the Sunny Coast four-piece is pumped about performing in Gympie again.
Lead singer Paul Durkin said he could hardly wait for Saturday.
"Gympie's awesome. At Billys (their last gig) we were surprised by the amount of people that knew us," he said.
He said that the gig was part of a tour with another band that was getting national radio exposure, but most of the crowd seemed to be there for Drawcard.
"You spend years getting your name out there and it feels like you're getting nowhere. But we were surprised and stoked."
He described Drawcard's sound as catchy, heavy rock with a melodic twist, but said to have a listen online if you wanted to see for yourself.
"We expect a big crowd, 1000 people have said they were coming on Facebook."
Drawcard is Mitch Wheeler (bass, vocals), Jesse Clark (guitar, vocals), Andi Durkin (drums) and his brother Paul Durkin (lead vocals, guitar).
Paul said there was some sibling rivalry in the band, which was currently penning a new album.
"We hope to have one or two new songs ready for Gympie."