The Yarrow and Ettrick show secretary Anne Turnbull is hoping for lots of people and sunshine on show day.
The 92nd Yarrow and Ettrick annual show will go ahead tomorrow, after the showyard committee gave the thumbs-up following a field inspection.
Show organisers are urging people to ignore the "road closed" sign on the A708, as the sign applies to forestry work in Moffat.
The show will feature horse and sheep competitions, pet and dog shows, children's races and performances from Melrose Pipe and Selkirk Silver bands.
The event takes place at Philliphaugh, near Selkirk, with gates opening at 8.30am.
The new organisers of the Galloway Country Fair said their first year in charge has been a big success. It is the 11th year of the show and its 2nd year at Drumlanrig Castle. Its aim is to promote local and rural businesses and provide a boost to the rural economy.