Music In Byron Bay
in the Byron Shire |
is a huge part of the Byron Culture. Everyone plays music and you can often catch
buskers, colourful rythymers drumming up a storm with fire dancing on the
streets and in the parks.
A surgence of music cafes has been delightful, where one can enjoy the intimacy of great original music and funky food and atmosphere. Not only that, but its worlds away form the raging hoo-ha of the pubs. Some music cafes to watch out for in the local paper are;
in the main street of Bangalow
AND theres always new and interesting venues! One of the things that everyone in the world should catch are the hall gigs. Often therell be a great line-up of locals or not so locals for a benefit for something good and kind or just for the sheer fun of it. They often come complete with a yummy cafe. These gigs have the best atmosphere with heaps of kids, chai, herbal highs and hardly any alcohol. Theyll usually be advertised in the local paper and have funny names which all end in hall. Such as Coorabell Hall and Broken Head Hall etc...How to get there? Ask a smiling local or at the Visitors Centre.
The Markets feature a band and buskers every week and how better to spend your Sunday than to see some music, eat yummy food and pick up all your veggies and bargains in one fun filled friendly day!!!
The Doof Party could be anywhere way out there and are often advertised on flying flyers and noticeable notice boards and by word of mouth.
The Pubs are good value and the local gig guide will fill you in on whos playing and when. Theres three good ones in Byron and a good one in Brunswick.
After midnight and beyond we have the Verve nightclub, Cocomangas and the ever La-La Land in Byron.
The ECHO, Byron News and The Northern Star are our local papers and guides to the gigs and local markets.
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