Deya Dova is one of the many performers at the Byron Spirit Festival.
Deya Dova is one of the many performers at the Byron Spirit Festival.

Celebrating spirit

The inaugural Byron Spirit Festival takes place in… Mullumbimby!

It all happens February 17-19 and participants will enjoy mesmeric, healing music throughout the weekend. In addition to the three evenings of concerts and dances, there'll be spontaneous and programmed kirtans, sound showers, chanting circles, and jams in venues night and day.

That's soooo Byron - I mean Mullum.

Performers include Edo and Jo from Sydney, Carmell Baynie, Daphne Tse, Lucknow Sankirtan, Greg Sheehan, Kevin James and Mel Dobra, Future Sound of Yoga, OKA, Yeshae, Nomadic Voices, Deva Premal and Miten, Gyuto Monks, Avishai Barnatan, Chris Deckker, and Deya Dova.

Phew, that's a lot of spirtual tunes.

For more info on this new event on the North Coast calender, check out www.spiritfestival.com.au.


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