A TOUCH of nostalgia has been added to Parkview Public School's biennial concert day.
Performance number one of Parkview in Lights gets underway on Tuesday with a matinee before an evening extravaganza later that night.
Every single student from Parkview Public School will be participating in the event, with this year's theme "Pastview: A journey through time".
"It's not too late to get tickets, but they will be limited," Parkview Public School principal Travis Irvin said.
"The MPC (at Leeton High School where the event is held) holds about 800.
"There will be tickets at the door for the evening.
"The theme is obviously a bit of play on our school name, but it's about looking back at different eras and history over time.
"The combined classes have done some learning around their chosen performance theme as such, whether it's the stone age, ice age, industrial revolution."
One of the acts will also project into the future to change things up on the night.
Parkview in Lights is an opportunity for all students to take their place on the stage and it is something they and their families look forward to every second year.
Even better, it's free.
"We don't want to put any added burden on families, it's just an opportunity for them to come and see their kids perform," Mr Irvin said.
"The kids love it. They are always excited when they know it's 'Parkview in Lights year'.
"Our staff have put in a lot of hard work."
The school's dance group, choir and band are also performing to add to the spectacle.
Tuesday's matinee performance gets underway at 11am, with the evening performance kicking off at 6.30pm.
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