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Supporters, performers, and volunteers gathered to launch the Mullum Laneways Festival 2024 last Friday. 

Hosted at the Rock and Roll Coffee House, attendees got a sneak peek into what’s in store for the music, dance, theatre, art and food, festival, scheduled for May 4 and 5.

Festival Director, Steve Drake, expressed his gratitude to those who have already joined the cause by sponsoring or volunteering their time. 

Steve also highlighted the ongoing need for support to ensure the success of this year’s expanded two-day arts celebration.

Fundraising drive 

As part of the fundraising drive, the festival will host a special ticketed event on Saturday, May 4, spanning three iconic Mullumbimby venues. 

The line up includes George Washingmachine, Ian Date and Versace Boys. For those eager to secure a ticket to Saturday evening’s festivities or for information on sponsoring, volunteering, or donating to this year’s festival, visit the newly launched www.kaleidomullumbimby.org.au. 

The Mullum Laneways Festival 2024 is proudly presented by Kaleido Mullumbimby.  


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