Join the exodus

DJ Nick Taylor will be taking his disco ball to the Exodus Live festival this weekend where he will join a hundred other acts for some funky fun and games.

The exodus is on. By car, truck, bike and on foot, people are leaving the coast in droves and heading up the Great Divide to Bald Rock Bush Retreat near Tenterfield to attend Exodus Live which runs from this Friday to Sunday, January 12-14.

With five stages, 100 acts ranging from international DJs (Tipper form the UK) to magic (The Space Cowboy), from pumping live acts (Ganga Giri, Wild Marmalade, OKA) to local dance merchants (Noodles, Nick Taylor, Jackie Onassid), Exodus Live will kick off its seventh annual big party.

Therell be circus performers, chill spaces, kids places, art installations, healthy food and workshops all in an entrancing bush setting.

Therell be a daily shuttle bus from Byron to Bald Rock. To book a seat on the bus, buy tickets and get more info, visit

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