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Mullum Music Festival opens up

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Lior was one of the great acts that opened the Mullum Music Festival last night. Photo Jeff Dawson.

The Mullum Music Festival has officially launched to a full house by a great range of performances last night at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall.

William Crighton performs at the Mullum Music Festival. Photo Jeff Dawson.

Winner of the Under 15 category, 11-year-old Murwillumbah schoolgirl Emmagen Rain wowed the audience with her performance and in the words of MC Mandy Nolan ‘ There are not many people who can do Adele well – Emmagen did it better.’

Emmagen is being mentored by William Crighton who also performed along with artists Hat Fitz & Cara, Geordie Lane, Husky GAwenda & Gideon Preiss, China Bowls and Dao of Dylan.


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