Mudgee’s town centre was a hive of activity on Saturday – from impressive cars to talented musicians.
Around 12:30pm, car enthusiasts lined Church Street to watch participants of the 10th annual Can Cruise make their way out of town.
The one-day car and motorbike rally is hosted by local club Cudgegong Cruisers Inc with the support of the volunteers from Can Assist - Mudgee and Districts Branch and raises funds to provide financial assistance, emotional and practical support, information, care and accommodation for people in rural NSW affected by cancer.
The sound of car engines was replaced by the sound of local musicians – as part of Live and Local on Church Street.
The Mid-Western Regional Council initiative started at 4pm and featured 17 acts from around the region.
The concept, in its first year, was simple – bring together venues, local businesses, musicians and the public, to promote live music in local communities.