Byron Harmony Festival 2019 @ Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall - Mullumbimby

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About half of Australia’s citizens were born overseas or have a parent from overseas. Our nation comprises more than 200 countries of origin, claiming 300 spoken languages!

On Saturday 27 April 2019, Byron Harmony Festival, will celebrate cultural harmony and diversity, with a stellar line-up of music, dance, rhythms and exotic food and market stalls, at Mullumbimby Civic Hall and Park.

Now in its 13th year, the day-long event offers a fantastic line-up of traditional and contemporary performance from Aboriginal Australian, African, Japanese, Latin American, Indian, Easter Islander (Rapa Nui), Solomon Islander, Thai, Indonesian, Middle Eastern, Hawaiian, Eastern European and French origins.

A traditional Bundjalung opening will feature young Aboriginal dancers, mentored by the renowned Uncle Magpie. Indigenous artists Dan and Scott Ratumah will share culture through their art. And a highlight of this year’s stage line up will be Juz, a young Bundjalung man making waves in the contemporary music world.
 

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