Nimbin bush babes bash

The Nimbin Bush Factory has a long history. First it was a buttery where the local farmers brought their milk and where it was processed and packaged. After the Aquarius Festival in 1973 it became a community centre with various alternative businesses, a fantastic recording studio and a concert space where many a full moon gig was celebrated.

Later came its use as a cinema.

With its pleasant surroundings beside the creek and excellent restaurant facilities, the Nimbin Bush Theatre has always been a venue with potential.

Now the Nimbin Bush Factory and Artist Rhythm Collective have joined forces to further realise that potential. The Artist Rhythm Collective is a local group that has been putting on arts and music events for the last couple of years. To celebrate this new collaboration (and the new moon eclipse) there will be an all-girl DJ, performance and art extravaganza this Saturday, September 23, from 9pm to late.

The music will be provided by DJs Hoshi, Sista Ray, Amozon, Lady K and Waratah.

Entry is $10.

For more info or if youre interested in using the venue phone Star on 0404 561 728.

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