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The Falls Festival Is Heading To Byron Bay

by Paul Cashmere on July 17, 2013

in Live,News

The Falls Festival will also play in Byron Bay this year.

As well as Lorne, Victoria and Marion Bay, Tasmania The Falls Music & Arts Festival will play in New South Wales at Byron Bay over the New Years long weekend.

“We’re really excited to be heading North and expanding this year, the Byron Bay location couldn’t be better suited to everything that has always encompassed Falls in Lorne and Marion Bay. Coastal and charming natural settings; a destination for our patrons to travel for,” Simon Daly, Festival Founder said in a statement.

The Falls Festival will be held from December 31 to January 3 in Byron Bay and December 31 to January 1 in Lorne and Marion Bay.

The Falls line-up will be announced soon.

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