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Mullum Music Festival in pictures

Ladyslug wowed audiences at this weekends Mullum Music Festival. Photo Jeff Dawson.

Photos by Jeff Dawson, words by Chris Dobney

It was a case of ‘power to the people’ when Mullumbimby was hit by a storm, followed by a power outage, during peak hour at the Mullum Music Festival on Saturday night.

At one point the Magic Bus was the brightest and loudest thing in the town.

But, as usual, Mullum made the most of it with the streets lit up by mobile phones and buskers’ LEDs.

Inside the darkened Civic Hall, Saint Sister led the audience in a chorus of Dancing in the Dark.

Mercifully, not all the town was affected and power was restored quickly to the main venues.

Over at the High School, Osaka Monaurail had everyone dancing so hard they were almost self-illuminating.

Fortunately, the weather held for Sunday’s parade, and yet another successful weekend wrapped last night with a punters spilling out of venues all over town reeling off their own personal ‘best of the fest’ lists.


3 responses to “Mullum Music Festival in pictures”

  1. Peter Boothby says:

    As usual, an excellent way to spend a November weekend. Well done to organisers, crew, artists and revellers!

  2. James says:

    Ladyslug was awesome!

  3. liz elliott says:

    Mullumbimby enchants, chants and transcends again. Praises to the organizers and musicians, especially those Ohio sisters.

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