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TIME TO ROCK: Local groovers Clocks and Dice will be among the bands to perform.PHOTO: TERRY DEEFHOLTS
TIME TO ROCK: Local groovers Clocks and Dice will be among the bands to perform.PHOTO: TERRY DEEFHOLTS

GRAFTON TAFE campus will be rocking today as past and present music students reunite for a free concert as part of the campus's open day.

The campus's annual open day will start at 10am with guided tours, facility demonstrations, activities, food and more on offer for visitors.

But visitors will also be treated to an audio feast as acts with connections to the campus's renowned music program perform live.

Among the acts set to take the stage during the day are Clocks and Dice (who only this week won a Dolphin Aware for Emerging New Talent) and the Mid North Collaboration who are climbing the Triple J Unearthed Hip Hop charts.

Visitors will also be jiving to previous Unearthed winners Synapse, featuring the talents of TAFE student Lauren Tarrant on drums, and Matt Robison, a lecturer at the Grafton Music Facility.

Other acts include Hekyl and Jive vocalist Nikita Bird with Wayne Reynolds, and musicians from South Grafton and Maclean high schools.

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