Local kids showed off their best moves at Gunnedah PCYC on Thursday night as part of the BBQ and Beats tour.
About 40 Gunnedah youngsters enjoyed a free barbecue and disco at the PCYC thanks to a grant from the state government's drought stimulus package.
PCYC club director Michelle Gosper said everyone "had a fantastic time".
"All the parents were really appreciative they didn't have to pay for last night's entertainment," Ms Gosper said.
The kids also had fun playing dance games, battling each other at dance offs, and playing musical statues.
Youth case managers Senior Constable Mel Robson from Moree police and Senior Constable Lachlan Bransgrove from Lismore police were also in attendance, as well as Tyson Donoghue from the Grafton PCYC.
They all joined in on the fun too, with the two police officers spotted having a turn at skipping.
The tour has already stopped in Narrabri, Bingara, Barraba, Tenterfield, Warialda and more, and will finish up on Friday night at Quirindi Pavilion.
It aims at offering families in drought-stricken communities a night out and a bit of fun to lighten spirits.