Music fans are set to be treated to a night of nostalgia and current hits with a performance to rock Harvey on Friday night. South West tribute band The Wizards will be among headline entertainment for this year’s Harvey Show, with the group to play an array of tracks over three different sets. Female vocalist Kendall Mead said the opportunity to perform at this year’s show was something “grassroots bands dream about”. “We all hail from the South West, so supporting local community events and collaborating with the Ag Society to put on a show to remember is what it’s all about for us,” she said. “We can’t wait to hit that stage!” Formed in 2017 as the brainchild of late drummer Gerry Ziola, it started as a four-piece Aussie rock tribute band under the name the Wizards of Oz. The band’s style and range has since expanded to include music from the 1970s to now and has grown to five members: Mead, bass player and vocalist Steve Spouse, lead guitarist and vocalist Rosie Mead, Tony Bandera on the keys and Daz Piggott on drums. She said audiences could expect “an authentic, energetic and entertaining show”. “There are five musicians with decades of experience, three lead vocalists providing stunning harmonies and a powerhouse band full of talent,” Mead said. The band will perform two hour-long sets from 6pm, prior to the Alcoa Fireworks taking place at 8.30pm. Following the fireworks, The Wizards will perform a final set to close out the night. The Harvey Show will be open from 5pm to 9pm on Friday night and 9am to 5pm on Saturday at the Harvey Recreation Ground. Tickets can be purchased online at harveyshow.com.au.