One year on from their sell-out first concert, Moree's all-female vocal group Serendipity will return to the stage for its second spine-tingling concert.
This time, the group of talented women will take audiences on a journey through time in their upcoming concert 'Serendipity Time Travels'.
"Because we have such a wide-ranging group of people, from ages 13 to 75, from all walks of life, I thought we could look at music through the ages," Serendipity musical director Michele Maurer said.
"We're looking at how music has been with us forever."
Not only will the concert be covering music of different ages, it will also journey through different cultures and different continents.
"Our journey starts with the driving rhythms of the 2015 chart topper Sing by Pentatonix," Ms Maurer said.
"From there, we spin back in time 20,000 years to the Yana tribe of North America as they celebrate the majesty of nature.
"As we journey through time, we'll touch on a multitude of musical eras and genres including Gregorian chant, folk music, sacred and spiritual, the Renaissance, classical, World War I, the Romantic 1930s, World War II, Rock and Roll, the soulful 1960s, psychedelic 1970s, excessive 1980s and into the new millennium.
"I mean it when I say we're really time travelling.
"This concert has something for everyone and we'd love you to join us."
Since last year's sell-out concert, Serendipity has been busy performing at various community functions including at the Christmas at Twilight carols event, Fairview Retirement Village's Christmas party, and as the entertainment at the 2019 ADF and National Service Reunion in Moree, however this will be only their second public concert.
The group has been rehearsing for 'Serendipity Time Travels' for the past six months.
The concert will be held at Bank Art Museum Moree on Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11, to coincide with Moree on a Plate on May 11.
"That way people if people are visiting for Moree on a Plate, they can come to our concert on Friday, stay the night and then go to the festival on Saturday, or make a day of it on Saturday," Ms Maurer said.
If those performances sell out, as they did last year, Ms Maurer said they will add an additional concert on the Thursday night.
Last year, the group's two scheduled performances sold out in five days, so a third night was added, and based on anticipation for this year's concert, Ms Maurer expects they'll end up doing the same this year.
Tickets are $25 and go on sale at Sylvia's Fabrics on Wednesday, April 17.
Ms Maurer encourages people to get in quick to avoid disappointment.
For more information, go to the Serendipity Sings Facebook page.