Bowral could play host to A Day on the Green once again, if a modification application before Wingecarribee Shire Council is approved.
Centennial Vineyards and Winery has put in an application to council to change the layout of the site, increase attendee numbers and change hours of operation.
The existing approved development application is for four concerts or events a year.
The applicant has proposed moving the location of the stage and the viewing area to directly in front of an existing large farm shed on the property.
The applicant has also requested an increase in crowd capacity from 8000 people to 10,000 people, on the basis that the revised layout would allow for more attendees.
Traffic management has been discussed in the modification application to accommodate an increase.
Centennial Vineyards and Winery has requested that the hours of operation goes from 2pm to 9pm with gates open from 12 midday and gates closed by 10pm to a later finishing time of 11pm with gates closed by midnight.
In September 2015, council's consent was successfully appealed in the Land and Environment Court (LEC) by an adjoining neighbour.
However in February 2017, council approved the application with conditions, which was challenged again by the neighbour in the LEC but this appeal was lost.
If the modification application is approved and about 10,000 people attend, the concert is estimated to generate about $2.423 million, which is equivalent to about $242 per attendee.
Councillors will cast their votes at the next council meeting on February 27.