After less than a year, the committee has decided that Armidale's annual New England Festival will once again be called the Armidale Autumn Festival.
Whatever its name, Armidale's festival always transforms the city's centre into a hub of entertainment and activity, and will do so again when it returns on Saturday, April 4.
The committee has also moved it from March to April to further embrace the autumn season.
Armidale Regional Council Mayor Simon Murray said community sentiment seemed keen to see the festival's name returned to Armidale Autumn Festival.
"Holding the event later in autumn will also help to ensure festivities coincide with the changing colours of the leaves on the many beautiful trees that are a hallmark of the city," he said.
'The festival will continue to have many of its favourite attractions, including the grand parade, twilight markets and amusement rides, arts and culture performances, and the criterium bike race, as well as a live music concert and many other activities."
This year's theme for the event is Revelling in the '20s.
"It can be interpreted as an exciting move into a new decade, or looking back a century to the golden years of the 1920s," Cr Murray said.
"Participants in the much-loved street parade can decorate their floats to celebrate moving into the 2020s or step back in time to the wonderful Roaring 20s."
Last year's inaugural Colour New England Street Arts Festival will be held as a biannual event and returns in 2021.
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