OPENING night at Mullum Music Festival has left the town buzzing.

Boubacar Traore was "incredible" and Clairy Browne and The Bangin' Rackettes were the "show stopper", Glenn Wright, festival director said.

The festival kicked off last night with a sold out crowd for the opening night gala at the Civic Hall and continues through until Sunday.

Mandy Nolan and the Mullum Uke troupe were another highlight, with uke players strategically placed throughout the venue for one of the gags.

"Everyone's really buzzing," Wright said. "There's a real expectation that it's going to be a great weekend.
"The camping ground is filling up and the weather is perfect."

If you missed Boubacar Traore and Clairy Browne and The Bangin' Rackettes last night you can catch them both tonight.

For the full program and tickets head to the website.
 



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