Bloc Party performing at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival
Bloc Party performing at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival Contributed

Falls Festival to be broadcast on ABC TV for great New Year’s soundtrack

IF YOU are unlucky enough not to be able to get to the Falls Festival this New Year's Eve, ABC TV will be broadcasting live.

They will bring all the musical brilliance and a slice of the Falls fun directly to your loungeroom.

Tune in from 11pm until midnight on New Year's Eve and check out acts like Foals, Bloc Party, The Wombats, Courtney Barnett, Rüfüs, Hilltop Hoods, Birds Of Tokyo, Paul Kelly Presents The Merri Soul Sessions, Peking Duk and more.

 

 

Peking Duk performing at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival
Peking Duk performing at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival Contributed

It's guaranteed to provide the best soundtrack to your 2016 countdown. 

If you are ready to party and be at the festival head to the Falls website as there are some three day and two day festival tickets still available.

 

 

Waterslides will be at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival
Waterslides will be at Byron's New Year's Eve Falls Festival Contributed.

Along with all the music Byron Falls Festival also has free camping, a custom built water park with a 20 metre long inflatable water slide, an air conditioned cinema space, workshops and arts activities and a festival parade.

This year you can camp next to your car with regular shuttle buses going to and from the festival site to locations up and down the coast and surrounding areas.

For more information and tickets visit www.fallsfestival.com



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