Mullum Music Festival kicked off Thursday, with its opening gala night packing out the Civic Hall, full of happy punters and top shelf musical acts.
The beautiful weather held for Mother’s Day tree planting with a big crowd, lots of great music an a record number of trees put in the gournd.
The ninth Mullum Music Festival native tree planting is planned for Mothers Day, May 12, at the Teak Tree Farm in Myocum and will feature music by Bethany Jolly, Blindmouth, Loose Content, and Mullumgrad’s very own Dustyesky Russian choirmusic.
North Coast Nationals MLC Ben Franklin has revealed he is at odds with his own Coalition government over the state’s controversial ‘high risk’ festival policy.
Mullum Music Festival has been recognized for its cultural and economic significance by being awarded flagship three-year funding by Destination NSW to help build the festival’s reach.
Even rain during Sunday’s street parade failed to take the sheen off the 10th annual Mullum Music Festival. It simply provided an excuse to add an array of umbrellas to the already colourful street scene.
Paul Jameson, Mullumbimby. On Sunday morning I went along to the street parade that was part of the very fine Mullum Music Festival. The Festival was a great event with excellent performances, wonderful street life and good organisation- a shame about... Read More →
Mullum Music Festival has been holding street parades, mentoring young musicians and filling the town’s venues and streets with vibrant music and happy punters for ten years now.
This week see’s Mullum welcome the 10th Mullum Music Festival. On such an auspicious occasion as a village-based music festival turning double digits, it’s time to pay a little attention to one of the quiet stars: the town herself. Every... Read More →
Out of Range are this year’s winners of the Play Mullum Songwriting Competition. You can catch them at the Bowlo on Saturday afternoon as part of the Mullum Music Festival.
The winners of the Mullum Music Festival’s esteemed Youth Mentorship Program have been announced.
Creating a connection between young and established musicians is a key part of the Mullum Music Festival and has proven its worth over the last eight years.
Over a thousand trees were planted at Durrumbul Hall just outside Mullumbimby last Sunday. For the seventh year running Mullum Music Festival has supported the plantings and they have now planted more than 7,000 trees locally.
This Mothers Day community members are invited to join Mullum Music Festival and Brunswick Valley Land Care in a tree planting at Durrumbul Hall.
Mullum Music Festival’s annual Mothers Day tree planting is at the Durrumbul Hall site on Sunday. This year will see the 6,000th native tree planted by the festival team, its supporters and planting organisers.
While schoolies and police took over Byron Bay on the weekend, the community came out to play in Mullumbimby. And so did dozens and dozens of great performers and musicians from all over the world.
It’s impossible not to be impressed by Jordie Lane’s Glassellland. With rich vocal tonings, kaleidoscopic musical scope and songs such as America Won’t You Make My Dreams Come True? that seem somehow more imbued with pathos and somehow more prophetic... Read More →
It’s been seven long years since VulgarGrad, the criminal seven, played MMF, leaving audiences reeling from the stench of the gutters of Moscow, with wallets missing and ears ringing with Russky expletives. It’s all about the attitude. If you miss... Read More →
Welcome to Mullum Music Festival – a four day genre gumbo combining the wild flavours of jazz, reggae, folk, alt-country, electronic, world, indie-rock, blues, flamenco, bluegrass… and lots and lots of choirs
After eight years Mullum Music Festival has cemented itself on the circuit as one of THE premier small festivals on the national circuit. Proving ‘Bigger ain’t necessarily Better’ festival director Glenn Wright has dedicated himself to building an event based... Read More →
PHOTO GALLERY: Mullum Music Festival continues to astound patrons with the new discoveries and old favourites. Last weekend's smorgasbord delivered up loads of laughs, some profoundly sweet moments: an audio/visual and gastronomic feast.
VIDEO: The biggest little town in Australia came alive with sound and colour at the weekend for the seventh annual Mullum Music Festival, when the town puts on the ritz in the only way it knows how.
The Dustyesky Russian Male Choir brought the house down at last night's opening of the 2014 Mullum Music Festival with their a capella rendition of the Song of the Volga Boatmen.
With winners from Mudgereeba to Port Macquarie, this year’s Mullum Music Festival Youth Mentorship shines the light on the exciting new crop of artists.
Mandy Nolan Founding member and director of Pound Records, Martin Martini, is a true believer. As a musician himself, he tests the boundaries between cabaret and dirty jazz and as a record producer he does the same. Self taught, Martini... Read More →