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February 26, 2021

Lisa singing into the new year

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The northern rivers’ favourite soul diva has produced and extraordinary year of awesome gigs across the country and overseas.

Not one to rest on her laurels, Lisa is singing her way into the new year in style starting this Saturday and playing every night until next year.

Lisa Hunt will make the dance floor come alive with her seven-piece band and your body will just have to dance.

Friday December 27 at the Ballina RSL.

Saturday December 28 at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services.

Sunday December 29 at the Maclean Hotel.

Tuesday December 31 from 10pm at Twin Towns, Tweed Heads.


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