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Island Elements festival runs from October 23-25 on North Stradbroke Island.
Island Elements festival runs from October 23-25 on North Stradbroke Island.

Welcome to Echonetdaily’s Free Friday. Each Friday we give away free tickets or other prizes to a lucky subscriber.

In our biggest-yet Free Friday giveaway, Echonetdaily is offering one lucky subscriber a double pass to not one but two huge events in October: Island Vibe and Island Elements festivals on magnificent Minjerribah Island.

Highlights of this year’s Island Vibe, held from October 30 to November 1, include Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Natiruts (Brazil), Mungo’s Hifi (UK), Kingfisha, Hugo & Treats, the Seven Ups, Kooyeh and Katia Demeester.

Not to be outdone, is the brand new Island Elements festival at the same location on the preceding weekend. It offers s an immersive three-day sanctuary, a place for creative self-expression, thought and healing. The program features rejuvenating workshops, presentations, live entertainment and a vibrant market village.

Subscription to Echonetdaily if free, and means you’ll receive a daily dose of our news directly to your inbox (if you don’t already).

To enter the draw to win, simply email your name and postcode to [email protected].

If you aren’t a current subscriber to Echonetdaily, don’t worry, we’ll simply add you to our list.

 


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