MES Entertainment and the Lord Anson Hotel have raised a combined $4000 for the NSW Rural Fire Service.
The promoter and the Anson Street venue threw an Up Late party on Saturday night with a percentage of door sales going towards the firies.
The not-for-profit was chosen after MES organiser Shelby Jones' grandpa Raymond Clements lost his house in Quaama on New Year's Day.
Ms Jones said all the patrons at the weekend's dance party were "amazing".
"We are just blow away by the support of our local community," she said.
A local lineup of DJ's which included Bad Habits, Rodentlife, K.L.A, Kitkut, Misred, Road13, Daze, Freak and Romeo played continuously across three floors, many of them volunteering their time.
Money was also raised through a sausage sizzle for attendees.
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