Once a year the beautiful little town of Mullumbimby on the NSW north coast opens her arms to the world and invites people to experience The Mullum Music Festival. Over four days, existing venues throughout the town host over 100 performances, allowing festival-goers to amble from gig to gig (or ride for free on the psychedelic Magic Bus) through the streets of Mullumbimby and enjoy the music in intimate, comfortable spaces. It’s a festival for all ages and persuasions!
Now in its third year, The Mullum Music Festival has gained a reputation as a friendly, feel-good festival that always serves up a smorgasbord of quality musical treats. Striking just the right balance of popular acts with yet-to-be-discovered surprises, The Mullum Music Festival creates an inclusive, fun atmosphere in a beautiful setting. The festival is now a much-anticipated event for locals and visitors.
The Mullum Music Festival celebrates diversity with a line up that boasts something for everyone. From the petite guitar genius of New York’s Kaki King to US indie-folk goddess Pieta Brown or pop sensation Washington or the thumping beats of New Zealand’s’ dub sensation the Salmonella DJ Sound System to the cream of the Cat Empire, Mr Harry James Angus, this is live music at its best.
Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 November.