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While tickets to the first Byron Falls Festival sold out a while ago, there’s a new locals’ release now on sale. But you’d better be quick.

The festival will be held over New Year at the North Byron Parklands in Yelgun, 20 minutes north of Byron Bay. Local, national and international acts appearing include The Roots (US), Grizzly Bear (US), Bonobo (UK) Emma Louise (QLD), Hot 8 Brass Band (US), Neil Finn (NZ), Violent Femmes (US), MGMT (US) and Potato Potato (Byron Bay).

For more details and to buy tickets visit byronbay.fallsfestival.com.au.

 


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