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Alice Ivy is one of six new acts announced for Falls Festival Byron Bay this summer. Photo supplied
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Falls Festival Byron Bay is set to share its fortune with the region’s residents.

After receiving a 2,500 increase in capacity it has announced it will give North Coast residents a head start on ticket sales. And it’s added six new acts to its Byron bill.

Just added to the 2017/18 Byron Bay line-up are: Wafia, Waax, West Thebarton, Manu Crooks, Alice Ivy and Party Dozen.

Tickets will go on sale to locals at 9am AEDT tomorrow 9Wednesday, November 1), through fallsfestival.com, a day ahead of general sales on Thursday, November 2.


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