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Congratulations to Camilla Vacchiano of South Golden Beach, our Echonetdaily Island Vibe ticket prize winner.

This competition is now closed, thank you for your entries.

 

 

Are you ready? here it comes – Stradbroke Island is about to host Island Vibe, a music festival that spans three glorious days and presents over 50 bands, DJs, dance and circus acts from around Australia, the Pacific and beyond. Held annually on Minjerribah at the end of October, Island Vibe is a multi-faceted celebration of island culture that includes art exhibitions, interactive workshops, stalls, circus, eco-food and craft markets. Four stages and over 50 mighty reggae, roots, soul and electronic acts – including Murri and Pacific Islander dance and cultural groups – gather on Minjerribah for a celebration of music, dance, art and culture.

Apart from all the other great stuff at the Vibe, it’s the music that brings it all together and the lineup keeps growing. The Island Vibe crew are happy to confirm loads of fantastic acts to the program – Prince Alla (Jamaica) with Mr Savona (Australia), JPod (Canada), Cornerstone Roots (NZ), 1814 (NZ), KingTide (Sydney), Mama Kin (Perth), Lotek & Die Rude (Melbourne), Fyahwalk (Byron Bay), The Strides (Sydney), Bunna Lawrie & the Whale Dreamers, Chant Down Sound, Kooii, The Upsteppers, Ganga Giri, Antiheroes, Rhythm Collision Sound, Bankrupt Billionaires, Blunt Instrument, Sean Choolburra, 1 Dragon 2 Dragon, One Dread, Bullhorn, Band Of Frequencies, Ghetto Fire Sound, Blaze Fire Sound, The Rusty Datsuns, The Leisure Bandits, Hayden Hack Infusion, CC the Cat, Nick 1, Andy Dub, Loren, Lifeline, Tiger Lil and many more.

But wait – you get more. Echonetdaily is happy to announce that one lucky new subscriber (or a current subscriber who can hook up a friend) will be the lucky winner of a double pass to Island Vibe. *Simply email [email protected] with the answer to the question “What’s your favourite vibe” and your name will go into the draw. Winners will be announced on Friday.

For more information visit: http://www.islandvibe.com.au.

*does not include transport or accommodation


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