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Byron Shire
March 9, 2021

Samba excites the crowd

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sambagirlsBody-shaking samba girls thrilled the big crowd during the Saturday night show and party of the eighth Byron Latin Fiesta at the Great Northern Hotel. The three-day event at the hotel and Byron Bay Brewery featured Latin dance workshops and parties with live bands and DJs.   

Photos Luis Feliu


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