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Mullum Music Festival kicked off Thursday, with its opening gala night packing out the Civic Hall, full of happy punters and and top shelf musical acts.

While the event hangs under the smoke of the ongoing bushfires in surrounding valleys, the atmosphere was upbeat and positive.

Artists who preformed on the opening night included Nano Stern, Mojo Juju, The Cassettes and the youth mentorship winner.

The festival will continue throughout the town’s venues over the weekend.

For more info, visit Mullum Music Festival.


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