Mullum Music Festival starts Thursday

MULLUM Music Festival will roll into town this Thursday November 21 and is expected to be bigger and better than ever.

Festival director Glenn Wright said ticket sales had "eclipsed" previous years.

"We have more venues and possibly our most diverse and exciting artist offering to date," Mr Wright said.

The line-up will see local acts such as indie band Potato Potato, The Perch Creek Family Jug Band and USA's Raul Midon perform, just to name a few.

The Mullum Music Festival will be located in various venues around Mullumbimby and those without tickets can still attend free events around town.

While Thursday's opening night is sold out, tickets are still available for Friday, Saturday and Sunday and can be purchased at the website. For the full program, click here.


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