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Not to be missed: Today at Splendour

HERE is our 'not to be missed' list for today at Splendour:

 

Noon: Start your Splendour day with the Electric Tipi at the Tipi Forest.

Jade Elise, at the Tipi Forest, Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay, 2014. Photo : Mireille Merlet-Shaw/The Northern Star
Jade Elise, at the Tipi Forest, Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay, 2014. Photo : Mireille Merlet-Shaw/The Northern Star Mireille Merlet-Shaw

12.45pm: Do not miss the African Dance Workshop at the Global Village.

2pm: From The Voice to Splendour, Dallas James will be performing at the Busker Stage. 

The Voice contestant Dallas James. Photo Doug Eaton / The Northern Star
The Voice contestant Dallas James. Photo Doug Eaton / The Northern Star Doug Eaton

2.15pm: Improve your music skills at Nicky Bomba's Ukulele Workshop at the Global Village. 

Nicky Bomba
Nicky Bomba Contributed

4.30pm: Peking Duck are playing at the Mixup Stage. 

From 6pm: Make it a music marathon with Spiderbait, The Presets (7.15pm), Interpol (8.45pm) and Outkast (10.15pm) at the Amphitheatre. 

Outkast
Outkast

7.30pm: Remi at the Music Academy. 

Melbourne's REMI is bringing his new album 'Raw X Infinity' to Byron Bay and to Splendour 2014.
Melbourne's REMI is bringing his new album 'Raw X Infinity' to Byron Bay and to Splendour 2014. Michelle Grace Hunder

10pm: Angus and Julia Stone play their new music at the GW McLennan tent. 

Modern bohemian musicians Angus and Julia Stone are reminiscent of a not-so-distant flower-power revolution.
Modern bohemian musicians Angus and Julia Stone are reminiscent of a not-so-distant flower-power revolution.

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