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The 2022 Byron Bay Surf Festival.

The Byron Bay Surf Festival (BBSF) is back from August 24 till 27, and again aims to be a showcase of surf culture, which draws enthusiasts and industry experts from all corners of the globe.

BBSF founder and director, James McMillan, says this year’s festival will feature ‘thrilling surf competitions and vibrant surf-inspired art exhibitions, live music performances, and educational initiatives that promote sustainability and environmental awareness’.

He says, ‘Since its inception, the festival has attracted a remarkable lineup of talented surfers, influential figures, and industry pioneers who have left an indelible mark on the sport’. 

Entries are now open for both the Wizards Longboard, Freestyle and Stoke Surf Sessions, as well as the Cosmic Creek divisions, which is sponsored by Vissla. 

For more info and tickets, visit www.byronbaysurffestival.com.au.


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