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Entering the Dream Drone zone

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The Dream Drone was pioneered by Si Mullumby and is a unique sound created using Australia’s iconic instrument the Yidaki, also known as the Didgeridoo. The instrument is used in its capacity to create the primordial vibration, a sound that has no rhythm or melodic hook lines, that participants can feel as a vibration moving inside the room, the body and the mind.

Dream-Drone-Jon-and-SiThis sound has the power to take the listener on an inner journey that is as varied and individual as there are people on the planet. For some it is mystical, for others it creates sensations in the body; some just enjoy the warmth and good energy created. Finally for some they dream. The Dream Drone is not tied to any belief system. It only requires that the listener be receptive to the sound.

Dream-Drone-Human-MandalaHe has toured Japan and Europe several times with the high-energy dance band Wild Marmalade; 2013 sees local musician Si Mullumby enter his 20th year playing the didgeridoo and the beginning of a new chapter in his career. Working together with longtime friend and designer of the YiDaChi range of didgeridoos, Jon Worsley, this duo create a nourishing and warm environment, a place for people to become aware on the inside.

Utilising the historic A&I Hall with its huge resonant wooden floor and high ceilings, this Dream Drone event aims to take the Dream Drone to the next level.

Also we are introducing the Dream Drone Zone – a space designed specifically to integrate the experience before going back out into the world. The Dream Drone experience can be very profound for people and we have observed a need to create a nurturing space after our events.

Friday Bangalow A&I Hall

Tickets: $30(+b/f) / $35 Door

Available through www.dreamdrone.com.au.

Doors: 8pm
Dream Drone: 8.30–10pm
Dream Drone Zone: 10–11pm

Please bring a mat and blanket. Age 16 +


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