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16000 expected at Byron’s Falls Festival

The crowd going wild at a previous Falls Festival in Byron. Photo Jeff Dawson

The crowd going wild at a previous Falls Festival in Byron. Photo Jeff Dawson

Organisers are expecting at least 16,000 to be celebrating the new year at the Falls Festival at North Byron Parklands over coming days.

With free camping, and people allowed to camp in their cars, the Parklands site will be one of the largest gatherings in northern New South Wales.

Organisers are promising the ‘finest contemporary tunes from across the globe with interactive arts, sustainable initiatives, yummy food and good people’.

Two and three day tickets for the festival are still available.

Lismore mayor Jenny Dowell takes to the annual Tropical Fruits parade in style in the company of Miss South Lismore. Photo Tropical Fruits

Lismore mayor Jenny Dowell takes to the annual Tropical Fruits parade in style in the company of Miss South Lismore. Photo Tropical Fruits

Meanwhile, the Tropical Fruits New Year’s Eve party at the Lismore showgrounds is also gearing up for a massive party.

The annual dance party, which attracts gay men, lesbians, bi, trans, queer folk and their friends,  has already sold more than $400,000 worth of tickets, but tickets are still available on the door.

For those who were thinking of attending the New Year’s Eve party at Kohinur hall, in the hills behind Mullumbimby, the event has sold out.

 

 


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