Mullum Music Festival round out their huge 2018 lineup

This November, Mullum Music Festival will be returning to the small town of Mullumbimby for four huge days full of great music.

With a lineup headed by Nigeria’s Bombino, Guyana’s Mad Professor, Jamaica’s Jah9, and Japan’s Osaka Monaurail, MMF’s main focus is inclusivity and equality.

Mullumbimby’s Mullum Music Festival have rounded out their already incredible 2018 lineup. We’ll be seeing you there.

I think when we say diversity and equality, it is of nations, gender and music styles,” says festival director Glenn Wright.

There is also a common thread of good quality music, and we are very aware of the local arts scene, our community, and try to include as many of these artists each year.

The festival will be taking place across 12 different venues, featuring over 200 performances.

Check out the full lineup below:

Small Halls featuring Old Man Luedecke (CAN) and Lucy Wise (AU)
Cheap Fakes
China Bowls (UK)
Twin Bandits (CAN)
Rocky Dawuni (Ghana/Acoustic)
Tim Snider (US)
Arakwal Bunyarra dancers
Dynasty 8
Aine Tyrrell
45 Packin’ Mama
The Button Collective
The Buckleys
Bethanie Jolly
The Way North
Walrus and The Carpenter
Michael James Bryant
Sharny Russell
Jesse Morris Band
Domini Forster
Ramblin’ Ash
Ash and Sara
Hannah Cameron
Out Of Range
Shelly Brown


Bombino (AFR/NGR)
Mad Professor (GUYANA)
Jah9 (JAM)
Ben Ottewell (UK)
Osaka Monaurail (JAP)
Saint Sister (IRE)
Mike Love (US)
The Turner Brown Band (US|AU)
Gabrielle Cohen
Caiti Baker
William Crighton
Lior with Strings
Kaiit (PNG|AU)
Jordie Lane
Hat Fitz & Cara
Bobby Alu
The Mamas
Georgia Fields
Buddy (US)
The Cartridge Family
Horns of Leroy
Dao Of Dylan
Old Man River
Low Down Riders
Uncomfortable Science
Naga Buah
Cecilia Brandolini
Brekky Boy

Grab tickets and info here.