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Moruya's Funky Little Festival 2017 Granite Town is on Saturday 23 September

Moruya's Funky Little Festival is on again, in 2017 Granite Town is a one day festival, on Saturday 23 September at the Moruya racecourse.

The racecourse offers much more space, parking, better amenities for the festival goers, a fully equiped bar and is close to the beach and surrounded by bushland. We will be offering a full day of live music, delicious food, basic camping for visitors, sky diving through Skydive Oz and kids activities. The Granite Town Festival now in it's fourth year, has established Moruya as an exciting musical destination, bringing amazing musicians to the local area each year.

Some of the artists in the 2017 line-up are:

Cookin on 3 Burners featuring vocalist Stella Angelico, Australia's hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio.

Deep Street Soul, a Melbourne band at the forefront of the global funk and soul scene.

King Tide, Australia's premier rocksteady reggae band.

Jeff Lang, Australian Roots and Blues guitar virtuoso

Kooyeh, a Reggae/Soul/Dub band based in Melbourne.

Professor Groove and the Booty Affair, the cream of Australia's funk, soul and boogie crop.

Local bands include Salacious Frank and Noodle Froth White Wash.

More information on the website

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