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Byron Shire
May 29, 2022

Live Music Roundup – Wednesday 7 June

Latest News

Primex Sustainable Farming and Primary Industries Expo new date confirmed

After being postponed due to the flooding and ongoing wet weather the 2022 Primex Sustainable Farming and Primary Industries Expo and will now go ahead on November 10–12.

Other News

Lismore flood

I walked around the Lismore CBD and whenever I came to a crossing, an oncoming car would stop gently...

Ballina Jetboat Surf Rescue stuck in the shed

Dave Carter, the President of Ballina Jetboat Surf Rescue, has gone public about a controversy which has been keeping his team's boat out of rescue service for the last three months.

Incarceration Nation screens as part of Reconciliation Week

As part of Reconciliation Week (May 27 to June 3), Sisters for Reconciliation and the Cavanbah Reconciliation group will host a screening and discussion of the powerful documentary, Incarceration Nation.

Action after the flood: Mullum residents discuss flooding

Mullumbimby Residents Association (MRA) held a public meeting at the Ex-Services Club on May 16, and with approximately 150 attending it exceeded expectations.

Mandy Nolan’s Soapbox: Another Day in Hope Purgatory

Politics is a phenomenal experience. To work harder than you thought possible, to put yourself so absolutely in the public domain full of hope and belief. Then to ask for judgement. It’s high stakes. A kind of ethical and philosophical extreme sport.

Kindness on rise in Ballina and beyond

A community battered by natural disasters and COVID is still finding room in its heart for refugees and asylum seekers, according to Ballina Region for Refugees Vice President Stanley Yeo.

Si & Shai

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Enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of Paradise One, with organic conscious cuisine and Si Mullumby, from Wild Marmalade, and Shai Shriki playing amazing music for a great night out. Si has been crafting a new solo show that has delighted crowds at festivals such as Earth Frequency and Island Vibe. Shai Shriki is fresh from his show at the community centre, which drew rave reviews. On Sunday he’ll grace us with a solo set, and then join Si later. Paradise One, Coorabell. Doors open at 6pm, first act at 7pm, Middle Eastern banquet served at 8pm, chai at 10pm. Saturday night features Peter Hunt and his quartet. All enquiries to 6684 7348.


Royal Safari

Prince Philip has officially stepped down from royal duties but the party must go on. At the Queen’s request, Sunday Safari is coming out of hibernation for one winter night only – and so should you. In our humble opinions, there’s no better way to keep warm than having a boogie to some great live music and DJs.

A royally good time is coming to you with a killer lineup including UK dance lords Prok & Fitch, sultry indie rockers Seaside, garage gang The Cinema Wristys, brother/sister syth-pop duo Niterunner and the all-conquering girl band Galaxy Girls. On top of that, Byron’s finest selectors Webber, Dad Bod, Kurt King, 404 and Safari DJs will be treating us with tunes all night long.

With a lineup like that, it would be royally rude not to! Byron Bay Brewery this Saturday from 4pm. Go to www.sundaysafari.com.au for tickets.


Be in the Band

The Lismore Lantern parade is calling out to musicians in the northern rivers area who want to play in the street band at this year’s Lismore Lantern Parade (Saturday 24 June). Go to the webpage: lanternparade.com/program/street-band-workshops/p/192.


Wild & Unknown

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Local favourite Sara Tindley is back with Wild & Unknown, an astonishingly frank and fearless new album produced by Nick Didia (Bruce Springsteen, Powderfinger, Pearl Jam). Tindley is touring the album as it was recorded, a duo with Michael Turner, a veteran artist who knows plenty about turning emotion and experience into music.
A perfect way to spend a Sunday arvo at Club Mullum with Ash Bell in support 3–6pm, this Sunday. Booking and more info at www.clubmullum.com.


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