Locals tickets coming for New Year’s at Falls Festival

The Falls Music & Arts Festival coming to Byron Bay.
The Falls Music & Arts Festival coming to Byron Bay. Contributed

THE FALLS Music & Arts Festival Byron Bay is giving local residents priority access to the first tickets in town, as well as exclusive access to a New Year's Eve only ticket.

The festival will be staged for the first time this year from Tuesday December 31- Friday, January 3 at the North Byron Parklands site.

From 9am on Tuesday August 27, local residents from Byron Shire and South Tweed will have first access to a limited allocation of NYE tickets and 2-day and 3-day passes.

To qualify for the local ticket sale offer, you must live in the Byron Shire or in the Tweed Shire south of the Tweed River.

Local residents can purchase up to four tickets per person, with any of the available combinations. Only the purchaser needs to be a local resident.

This year Falls Festival has also introduced a special NYE single night ticket exclusively available to local residents.

The NYE tickets will be $99 including GST plus booking fee and they will be available until allocations are exhausted.

All local ticket sales will take place online at: byronbay.fallsfestival.

Those outside the 'local resident' areas should make sure to sign up for the ticket ballot before midday Monday, August 26 at:

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