Falls Festival Starts in Byron Bay

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2022 Date31 December 2022
Falls Festival Starts in Byron Bay

Falls Festival History

The Falls Music and Arts Festival is a concert tour that hosts many music and art events over several days in the states of Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales. The Festivals hosts many concerts, performances, dances, theatre and circus acts throughout its 3-day festival period. Many of the festival-goers spend the 3 days camping for free on the festival grounds.

The Falls Music and Arts Festival is held annually at the end of December through the New Year into January. It is not a public holiday in any of the states however it is a popular destination for music and art lovers from all over Australia and around the world.

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Falls Festival Facts & Quotes

  • For 2022/2023 the Falls Festival will be relocated to Pennyroyal Plains in Murroon, near Birregurra. Festival Dates will be announced soon.
  • The Festival also boasts yoga sessions, samba classes and circus workshops for attendees.
  • Every year, the Festival hosts an opening party for which there is a strict dress code for the theme.
  • Tickets usually cost between $100 to $350+. Separate tickets for camping is now required.
  • There's nothing like a music festival. People are ready to have a good time. I don't think anyone comes to a festival going "I'm gonna be a complete bummer today". - Gary Clark Jr, American Guitarist

Falls Festival Top Things to Do

  • Attend the Festival in any of the three locations nearest you. Get ready for all day and all night performances and crowds.
  • Check out the Falls Music and Arts Festival Facebook page to complete a survey and enter into a draw for a set of 15 VIP passes to the Festival.
  • Spread awareness for the Festival on social media using hashtags #FallsMusicandArtsFestival, #FallsFestival and #NewYearswithFallsFestival.
  • Watch a movie about the love of music and the arts. Some of our favourites include August Rush (2010), Dirty Dancing (1987), Save the Last Dance (2001), Walk the Line (2005), Almost Famous (2000), 8 Mile (2002) and Dreamgirls (2006).
  • Support local bands, dancers and artists in your local area by shopping at record stores, attending open microphone nights at bars and clubs and by donating to organisations that support children in their artistic endeavours.

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