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October 27, 2021

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It is the second time the Falls fest has been held in Byron shire and once again was sold out days before the event.

Fine weather is forecast for the duration of the festival, which this year boasts some big Australian and overseas stars, including the John Butler Trio and US hip hop legends Salt’n’Pepa.

Echonetdaily snapper Jeff Dawson yesterday took some random shots of festival action or people enjoying the vibe there.


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1 COMMENT

  1. New Year’s Eve is the last day and night of all the 365 days and nights in this year that the people loathed.
    Tonight on New Year’s Eve in the mix where no one will know anyone in the dark with flashing psychedelic lights from Adam, the world will begin anew for a new year that has to be better than this one.
    The music will flow, the singers will throw out their voice and we will all be on the go and singing, and we will throw off the exaggerated stories of woe and renew ourselves in a drink to a Happier New Year.
    Here’s to 2015. What beer are you having? Oh, you are having mine as well as your own just like last year.
    You haven’t changed have you?

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