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Mullumbimby’s streets are alive with the sounds of music.

Yes, it’s dancing in the streets. It’s dancing in the halls, in the pubs, the clubs and even the school.

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Even if you aren’t in a venue, Mullumbimby is a town that’s having too much fun.

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If you do have tickets you get to enjoy some of the world’s finest entertainers.


One response to “Mullumbimby’s streets are alive with the sounds of music.”

  1. Len Heggarty says:

    Can she? Can, she can. Lindi Ortega singer-songwriter from Toronto, Ontario, Canada arrived in this here neck of the woods where there are no bears in Mullumbimby, jumped up on stage, threw her hair back, grabbed the mic and in a raunchy slow tempo sang her hit song Tin Star. Oh and she plays a real mean mellow guitar. The tune sends shivers down your back. She will go far in the Northern Rivers.

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