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Mullum Music Festival drops first artist announcement

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Mullum Music Festival (November 15 till 18) has released its first artist announcement. Photo supplied.

Celebrating its 11th year, Mullum Music Festival’s lineup will include Nigerian Tuareg guitarist and songwriter ‘The Sultan of Shred’, Bombino, with his band.

Joining Bombino for the first announcement are Afro-Caribbean dub maestro Mad Professor, Jamaican jazz-on-dub soulstress Jah9, Australian folk/electronica singer/songwriter Gordi, Japan’s ministers of superheavy funk Osaka Monaurail, Irish electro-folk duo Saint Sister, uplifting gospel-blues ‘Sacred Steel’ outfit the Turner Brown Band, New Guinea-born hip-hop neo-soul artist Kaiit along with duo Hat Fitz and Cara and troubadour Jordie Lane – with more to come!

Taking place over 15–18 November, Mullum Music Festival is a whole-town event.

Mullum Music Festival is an opportunity to hear incredible musicians from across the world up close and intimate. Mullum Music Festival is a grassroots success story that has its dancing feet firmly planted in the local community.

Earlybird tix on sale now.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. ‘Mullum Music Festival Drops first Artist Announcement’

    Why did they drop the announcement? They made the announcement, then they dropped it?
    There is no mention of dropping the artist or the announcement in the article.

    Or is this one of those jokes ‘well they’d better pick it up again’ ?

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