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Mojo Juju, Sibusile Xaba, Nano Stern, Z Star Trinity performing at Mullum Music Festival’s Opening Night Gala – Thursday 14 November.

Mullum Music Fest: Opening Night Gala

Mullum Civic Hall  |  Thursday 14 Nov  |  6pm  |  $20/32/60

Now is the time to grab the hottest ticket in town when Mullum Music Festival throws open its doors for its Gala Opening Night Party. Featuring short performances by top festival acts, the Opening Night Gala offers a thrilling taste of the wonders of the festival weekend to come.

This is a separately ticketed event that sells out every year, with limited tickets left, so best get organised now!

The inimitable Mojo Juju will headline this year’s Gala line-up. Audiences will also be treated to performances by South African guitar sensation Sibusile Xaba, Chilean musical maestro and social activist Nano Stern and UK power trio Z Star Trinity. The winner of the Youth Mentorship Under–15yrs category will also debut at the Gala. The entire evening is irreverently MCd by the Mutha of Mullum, comedian Mandy Nolan.

‘There’s something about the Opening Night Gala that sets the tone beautifully for the whole festival,’ says festival director Glenn Wright. ‘It’s that special moment when artists and the Mullum audience first meet. It’s a celebration and an opportunity to showcase some of the amazing musical talent on the lineup.’

Get in quickly to get your tickets to this special one-night event and kick off your Mullum Music Festival in style.

Mullum Music Festival Opening Night Gala. Thursday 14 November. $20/$32/$60. Buy Tickets at www.mullummusicfestival.com


Tora return to Byron

Tora Return

Hotel Great Northern  |  Friday 27 September  |  7pm  |  $33.55

Formed in Byron Bay, Tora are the 4-piece electronica band who’ve captured the world’s imagination. School friends who developed a sound and image together, these evolving multi-instrumentalists, songwriters and producers work with an immensely creative palette. After their relentless global domination, Tora are coming home – stay tuned for a feature interview next week.

They play the Hotel Great Northern Friday 27 September at 7pm. Tix are $33.55 at the northern.com.au


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