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MULLUM MUSIC FESTIVAL takes a break for 2020, back in 2021


Mullum Music Festival Credit-Evan Malcolm copy


Organisers have announced Mullum Music Festival will take a break for 2020 and will return in November 2021.

“We’re a very small team with families and numerous other commitments so we’ve decided to catch our breath for 2020,” said Festival Director Glenn Wright “We look forward to bringing Mullum Music Festival back to our wonderful community in 2021.”

“Our popular Mother’s Day Tree Planting mini festival will still take place on Sunday 10 May and we will continue to present concerts in Mullumbimby throughout the year including Cedric Burnside (US) on 12 March and Eilen Jewell (US) on 27 March, 2020.” Check http://www.redsquaremusic.com.aufor details.

For the past 12 years Mullum Music Festival has taken place over 4 days in November throughout venues in the little NSW North Coast town of Mullumbimby. Mullum Music Festival is known and loved for its diverse programming of international, Australian and local acts and its friendly, inclusive atmosphere. Tash Sultana, Mojo Juju, Marlon Williams The Teskey Brothers and Husky are just some of the hundreds of artists who have graced the stages of Mullum Music Festival, often in the early stages of their careers. Dates for 2021 Mullum Music Festival will be announced later this year.

Bello Winter Music, Mullum’s sister festival in Bellingen, NSW will take place this year from 9thto 12thJuly, 2020 and will then take a year off in 2021 while the main venue, the Bellingen Memorial Hall, undergoes renovations. Early Bird tickets for Bello Winter Music 2020 are available and Artist Applications are open now at www.bellowintermusic.com.


Kirra Pendergast is the editor of Common Ground Australia. An award winning photographer, Kirra first picked up a camera at 12yrs old. Her photography has been widely published in everything from international newspapers through to Rolling Stone Magazine (which was a major bucket list tick) Kirra is always out capturing photographs of things as varied as the immense power and beauty of the ocean, storms, and the breathtaking landscapes of Northern NSW. Kirra's photographic passion is music, portraiture and street photography. Born and raised in Byron Bay, Kirra's family has spent generations in the Northern Rivers hailing from Lismore, Tuntable Falls, Tregagle and Byron Bay. Kirra is passionate about supporting local music, creatives, the arts and local business using Common Ground as a platform to promote this place, its people and their passion.


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