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A Nor’easter weekend in Lennox

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The Nor’easter Weekend of Live Music is coming to Lennox Head from Friday 24 February to Sunday 26 February.

A great range of local and national artists are performing at various locations across Lennox Head, with three double-headline shows each night at the Lennox Head Cultural Centre.

Ballina Shire Council and the NSW Government have funded this event, so the three double-headline shows are only $15. There will be music on the street and a great atmosphere across the whole town.

The ticketed events and double-headline performances will feature: Blues Arcadia and The Sea Benz on Friday 24 February; Darren Hanlon with band, and Little Georgia on Saturday 25 February, and; William and Julieanne Crighton and Jeff Lang on Sunday 26 February.

The Lennox Head village centre has recently undergone a multi-million-dollar upgrade. This is a great event to bring people back into the village to support the local businesses, enjoy the music, the new streetscape, parks and gardens.

Alongside the three evening shows there will be loads of free music with daytime performances at the Lennox Head Cultural Centre, the Lennox Head Public School Hall and along Ballina Street on Saturday and Sunday.

This event is proudly organised and curated by the team at Lennox Sessions in conjunction with Tintenbar Up Front.

For further details and to book tickets, visit communityspaces.com.au/tickets

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