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May 10, 2021

Sober safari with the Jinja ninjas

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Jinja Safari, Byron YAC Amphitheatre, tonight

After packing out stages all over the world, wild jungle-pop sensation Jinja Safari are back in Oz, with tribal ‘African beats straight out of the jungle’ (SMH) taking their listener on a ‘cosmic pop safari’ (BBC).

Jinja Safari are renowned for their energetic live shows and animated onstage antics. These guys will be supported by local emerging artists Reilly Fitzalan, Potato Potato and DJ Victor Lopez.

Rock the YAC Productions are proud to be offering local young people a safe, all-ages entertainment alternative, separate from the hectic bustle of schoolies.

Jinja Safari @ the Byron YAC is a drug- and alcohol-free event, with no pass-outs. Friday 6–10pm.

Byron YAC Amphitheatre, 1 Gilmore Crescent E: [email protected] Tickets $10 + BF: OzTix


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