Music and nature in harmony at Bruns

Byron Council’s Living Landscapes World Environment Day celebrations on Saturday now include the additional performances by jazz, folk and acoustic entertainers.

According to the council’s natural resources team leader, Scott Hetherington, music that celebrates the relationship with nature and the world around us will be featured at the Brunswick Sound Shell concert in Terrace Park at Brunswick Heads on Saturday.

“The line-up featuring the Pink Dot Jazz trio, acoustic rappers Paper Strings, Celtic folk band Hide the Potato and original East Coast band Orangutan Orchestra, will be a great addition to activities already planned for the Sound Shell,” Mr Hetherington said.

After a 10 am start, the day wraps up with the 6pm free screening of the documentary FLOW – a thought-provoking documentary which looks closely at the ownership of water and the multi-billion-dollar water industry.

A full program of the World Environment Day Living Landscapes program can be found at www.byron.nsw.gov.au.

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