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Big hair, big smiles, and a whole lot of love: international globetrotter Dustin Thomas is making waves from Australia to Moscow with his infectious blend of beat-box/soul folk.

Armed with a voice, a guitar and universal anthems of faith, love, and war; this young artist continues to inspire hearts around the world on his mission of music, joy, and peace.

Dustin has performed with Nahko and Medicine For The People and alongside Soja, Xavier Rudd, Keller Williams, and Trevor Hall.

As part of his current national tour Dustin is performing at the Beach Hotel tonight (Thursday March 26) Doors open at 8:30pm and local support from Ziggy Alberts.

It’s a special show is to raise money and awareness and for Dustin to give back to our beautiful community.

Present on the night will be Sea Shepherd, Positive Change for Marine Life, Lock the Gate, Protect Byron and also Tommy Sunshine with his new appeal to raise money for the orphaned orangutans in Borneo.


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