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Girls Light Up for BayFM Benefit

Where: Brunswick Picture House, 30 Fingal St, Brunswick Heads, Byron Bay Area

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • Inside Seating: $37.46 ($35.00 + $2.46 fees)
  • Garden Seating: $27.33 ($25.00 + $2.33 fees)
  • Housemates: Inside Seating: $30.36 ($28.00 + $2.36 fees)
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BayFM Presents Lucie Thorne & Sara Tindley LIVE from the Brunswick Picture House. Join us to celebrate Australian female singer/songwriters at their best with two of our favourite performers in this very special one night only gig. Lucie and Sara will take to the Picture House stage to help raise vital funds for the shire’s own and only community radio station.

LUCIE THORNE
“Some of the most simple and beautiful songs you will hear” — The Age

Locally-based Taswegian Lucie is no stranger here. She’s been a much-loved performer at many Mullum Music Festivals as well as other events over the past decade. With 12 releases to her name, Lucie continues to carve out an extraordinary career as one of Australia’s most striking songsmiths.

“Exquisitely impressionistic poetry in motion” — Rolling Stone
“So deep, lush and inventive you’re transported to a post-Radiohead rock soundscape” — Martin Jones, Rhythms Magazine
“One of my favourite songwriters & performers in the known three Universes” — Tim Rogers, Double J

SARA TINDLEY
“A Lucinda Williams-esque sound that’s about as sweet as anything” — Time Off

Sara has a wonderful gift for writing funny, true and tender songs and a voice that sings straight to the heart. With four critically acclaimed albums, her songs have travelled around the country via radio, film and television. A storyteller of the highest order, Sara combines the emotional honesty of country music with the unadorned melodies and musicality of Australian roots and folk. These are modern songs with a country lilt.

“Lyrical shades of Paul Kelly and Tim Rogers… compulsory listening for all supporters of Australian roots music” — Dan Condon, Time Off

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