Soul Street is Byron Bay’s New Year’s Eve family friendly street party. With Jonson St closed off, it becomes the colourful hub of this interactive town gathering. Together we will see out the old year and ring in the new one as we celebrate the magic of our wonderful Byron community. There will be cabaret, music, dance, kids play zones, comedy, drag shows, food stalls, DJs, henna, tarot, circus, graffiti workshops and the list goes on!…
The event runs from 4pm – midnight. It is an alcohol-free event and with all of these immersive Byron Bay Experiences, you and your loved ones will be entertained, safe and included from start to finish.
Contact the Byron Community Centre to find out how you can sponsor or be involved in this fabulous community event.
Line up includes:
Described as a likeness to a female powerhouse trio, Essie Thomas sounds like Missy Higgins, Janis Joplin and Ani DiFranco fused into one spectacularly entertaining Singer-Songstress.
Tamwah is an eclectic singer/songwriter known for her fusing various genres into beautifully uplifting melodies. Radiating out of Byron Bay Australia, Tamwah prolifically intertwines Afro-Brazilian rhythms, Roots, Hip Hop, Jazz and more into a cosmic flow.
Freddy Flyfingaz is a disorder characterized by rapid, uncoordinated jerking movements primarily affecting the face, hands and feet. Expect a nuclear dance epidemic as Flyfingaz drops a cataclysmic blow of the funkiest disco beats in the universe. Expect a nuclear dance epidemic as Flyfingaz drops a cataclysmic blow of the funkiest disco beats in the universe.
Byron Bay musician Dan Hannaford will bring songs reflecting the grit of real life. Songs that hold meaning and bring audiences together through talents such as voice, rhythm and Guitar. 5pm Gypsy Soul stage
Maude Pearl Boate has a personality (and a heart) as big as Northern Rivers itself! This women with her audacious curves, infectious personality and stunningly glamourise outfits will have you in awe.