Hundreds of students will take to the stage during Binit Binit Learning Community's Education Week Concert on Friday, August 9.
The doors will open at 6pm and the concert will begin at 6.30pm at Yass High School.
There will be plenty of singing, dancing and performing from schools across the Yass Valley and beyond.
The special event has been dubbed as a local version of Schools Spectacular, the variety show that includes thousands of NSW students.
Friday night's performance will include students from Yass Public, Yass High, Berinba Public, Binalong Public, Bowning Public, Gunning Public, Wee Jasper Public, Jugiong Public, Rye Park Public, Dalton Public and Boorowa Central Schools.
The audience can expect a jam-packed evening of entertainment with everything from a second performance of Food Glorious Food from Yass High's Oliver Twist musical in July, to an adorable dinosaur dance by Bowning Public kindergartners to year two students.
The grand finale will see all of the schools come together to perform Coming Home by Sheppard. The students will fill the aisles, immersing seated audience members in song before the performance ends.
The finale will also feature a solo artist from each school.
"They love it. The concert gives students an opportunity to perform on a big stage in front of a big audience with lighting and sound effects," Bowning Public School principal Emily Jones said.
"It's like our version of Schools Spectacular," Yass Public School teacher and concert organiser Lisa Marple said.
Local state member Wendy Tuckerman and director of educational leadership in the Yass network Meg Couvee are expected to attend the concert, along with all of the school principals, families and community members.
Each student should have received two tickets to the concert. Spare tickets will be available on the door on the night for $5.