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Spotted at the Top Shop last Friday were Merryn Jeann and Angie Hudson, who are just two of the local acts announced for Falls Byron, to be held over new years at Yelgun’s North Byron Parklands. They are pictured with Falls Byron director Brandon Saul and Top Shop manager Aaron Montano. Photo Jeff Dawson
Spotted at the Top Shop last Friday were Merryn Jeann and Angie Hudson, who are just two of the local acts announced for Falls Byron, to be held over new years at Yelgun’s North Byron Parklands. They are pictured with Falls Byron director Brandon Saul and Top Shop manager Aaron Montano. Photo Jeff Dawson

Miss out on a locals ticket to the Falls Festival this year?

That’s a pity. There are plenty of local acts among the overseas line-up including Ilona Harker, Inagwa, comedian Mandy Nolan, Wharves from Byron, Lismore hip-hop outfit Teddy Lewis King, DJs Crucial D and Shizzle, The Cassettes and Funky Moves dance crews as well as Mullumbimby’s favourite Russian men’s choir Dustyesky.

Volunteering

So here’s how to score a ticket: volunteers who help out around Brunswick Heads over New Year will be eligible for a free three-day festival pass.

Conditions include a daily three-hour shift, sometime between 8am and 4pm.

Call Ollie Heathwood on 0428 284 030 for more more info.


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