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The Kilmore Regional Busking Championships are on again this weekend bigger and better.

Championships coordinator Rose King said the Rotary Club of Southern Mitchell, which started the competition, was thrilled to see the talent for this year.

“Originally it was conceived as a way of bringing a different demographic to town for the Kilmore Art Expo, which is on the same weekend, but it has taken on a life of its own, which is really good in my view,” she said.

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It all happens on Sydney Street on both sides of the street. We could have anything up to 10 performers on at the same time dotted between the library and Union Street.

The competition forms part of the Australian National Busking Championships, an umbrella group that supports 12 other busking championships throughout Queensland, NSW and Victoria.

The winners of each regional busking championships get to compete at the nationals, held in Cooma, NSW, in November of each year.

The Kilmore competition will kick off at 10am, with three guest judges assessing each performance.

Street performances will conclude at 3pm, with three finalists in each category selected to perform at the John Kelly Pavilion at Kilmore Racing Club between 4pm and 6pm, where the champions will be crowned.

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