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Catherine MasseyBusselton Dunsborough Times
Birds of Tokyo are just one band in the all-star line-up scheduled to play at Dunsborough's Here Comes The Sun festival in January.
Camera IconBirds of Tokyo are just one band in the all-star line-up scheduled to play at Dunsborough's Here Comes The Sun festival in January. Credit: supplied

Fresh sounds and vibes will be in abundance at the beginning of next year when Here Comes The Sun Festival takes over the Dunsborough Playing Fields.

Birds Of Tokyo, Crooked Colours and Great Gable are just some of the notable acts performing at the COVID-safe festival on Saturday, January 2.

“There is no better place on Earth to be right now than in WA. The weather is perfect, we are lucky enough to not be in lockdown, and we have the one thing that the whole world is missing the most, live music,” an event spokesperson said.

“With some of the best music acts in the country absolutely itching to play, and plenty of space for people to gather safely, we feel it’s time for a get-together on the grandest scale,” the spokesperson said.

On October 31, Fremantle-based music management and events company Macro Music successfully trialled the first COVID-safe festival in Busselton with Good Day Sunshine. In a world-first, the Good Day Sunshine festival used a rotating stage and four separate crowd zones. Here Comes The Sun’s homegrown live music, world-class production and culture will see an all-star line-up of Birds Of Tokyo, Crooked Colours, Great Gable, Carla Geneve, Your Girl Pho and Get Down Club.

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