Mullum festival magic

Want to start the new year with a day of fun and music? With healthy food, juices, tree plantings, pony rides, massages, herbal highs, licensed bars (no BYO), on-site camping and heaps of music?

Then Electric Sunshine Superdisco at Mullumbimby (Manns Road) is the groovy go.

With a huge outdoor Sunshine Stage, a smaller indoor Superdisco, the Electric Tent Cocktail Bar (my favourite), and set among the lush greenery of Mullum, Electric Sunshine Superdisco is a quirky festival that embodies the long history of festivals in this Rainbow Region.

Its an all-ages gig with kids under 14 getting in for free.

The Spaghetti Circus, Electric Doll House, Space Cowboy and Astro Boy will perform.

Musically, theres a list of performers as long as Santas gift list. It includes international and national DJs who will add to the old school festival vibe where you can camp in your Kombi, bring your dog and dance all day.

And come dressed up. Everyone else will be.

Tickets are $55 pre-sale and $80 at the gate.

Tickets are available online at or from All Music and Vision in Keen Street, Lismore.

For more info on how to get there, where to buy tickets, whos playing, camping details and more visit the website at

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