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Opening night at the 2013 Mullum Music Festival.
Opening night at the 2013 Mullum Music Festival.

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

And we’re kicking off with something really fabulous: a pair of tickets to one of the region’s most sought-after events, the opening night of the Mullum Music Festival.

Every year the event sells out and hundreds of would-be punters are disappointed.

While we can’t let the cat out of the bag too much, headline acts on this years festival lineup include Ron Sexsmith (Can), Trinity Roots (NZ), Ben Ottewell (UK), Robert Forster, The California Honeydrops (US), Harry James Angus, Hauschka (Ger) and We Two Thieves.

Typically many of the bill toppers make an appearance on opening night.

Best of all, 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.

WINNER ANNOUNCED: Congratulations to Theresa Adams of Evans Head, Echonetdaily subscriber for the last six months, who won the double pass to the opening night.


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