The seventh annual Exodus Live Festival happens at the beautiful Bald Rock Bush Retreat near Tenterfield from January 12-14.
This is a totally inclusive event. The aim this year is to create a really comfortable, safe, and beautiful party environment with all the trimmings, said co-director Michelle Gibson. There will be all the eye candy and non-stop music as in previous years, plus super installations, visuals, full amenities and new music genres creating a live-on-stage atmosphere.
For the first time, therell be over 100 performers on five stages with different shows on each stage, and plenty of time for those non-spectators to perform, jam, workshop, and, of course, dance the days and nights away.
You can bring your creativity to flourish alongside the installation artists and circus performers at the 24-hour Creative Corner. The Kidz Space invites parents and kids to partake in non-stop creating.
Therell be a daily shuttle bus from Byron to the festival. The bus will be available for volunteers, staff and artists from Wednesday, January 10, and for punters from Thursday, January 11 to Monday, January 15. Visit the website at www.exoduslivefestival.com to book. And for tickets and more info about the performers and events.