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POOL IT: You too will need a cool dip to recover from Somerville & Wilson’s hot selections.
POOL IT: You too will need a cool dip to recover from Somerville & Wilson’s hot selections.

SUNDAY afternoon dancing is the new lawn-mowing.

It uses less fossil fuels and prevents suburban lawn envy and gender stereotyping.

Or something.

That's right groovers, on Sunday, January 20, you can join the lawn-mowing-free Yummy Sundays in the Beer Garden at the Byron Bay Brewery, for an afternoon soiree of House and Nu Disco.

Resident DJs and international recording artists Somerville and Wilson will showcase their tracks along with the latest international tracks, washed down with the Brewery's finest.

The event is free from 4pm. And no lawns will be harmed etc.


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