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Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew Drops A New Australian Music Festival

by Paul Cashmere on February 1, 2018

in News

Australia is being treated to a new music festival around the World Surf League Championship tour.

Surfing champion Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew is behind it. “The Drop Music Festival’s gonna rock Snapper, Bells and Margaret River in 2018. I’m super pumped on this,” he said in a statement.

The Drop will happen in March and April in Tweed Heads, Torquay and Margaret River.

The Drop line-up is:

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Dune Rates
San Cisco
Joly Holy
Ruby Fields

THE DROP FESTIVAL
Saturday 17 March
Ebenezer Park, Tweed Heads
Licensed all ages event however, we recommend that those under 16 attend with a parent/guardian.

Saturday 31 March
Torquay Common, Torquay
Licensed all ages event however, we recommend that those under 16 attend with a parent/guardian.

Saturday 14 April
Three Oceans Winery, Margaret River
Licensed 18+ only event

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