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Falls Festival line-up revealed!  12 August 2013


Falls Festival has announced its line up revealing who we will be ringing in the New Year with.  Our very own Dew Processors London Grammar will be making their first trip to our shores with material from their debut album “If You Wait.” It seems we aren’t the only ones excited for their show; the album topped triple j’s list of 10 most anticipated debut releases of 2013.



After a sold out tour and stunning album in 2012, James Vincent McMorrow returns for the festival to once again win hearts.  Representing our local talent is the ever-charming Gossling.


The ticket ballot is now open, the only question that remains is which Falls will you be attending?


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Jocelyne (28 September 2013 13:46:56)
Hey Erin,OMG, I just looked up some of those books on Amazon and we orederd one called Chick Days which tells you how to raise chickens which is a beginner's guide to raising chickens from hatching to laying, plus we also orederd another book called Just In Case , which is a book that tells you what to have on hand, and how to survive should any kind of disaster (natural or man made) hit. It tells you how to survive without electricity, how to purify your own water, canning food, storing food using the food saver vacuum sealer (an appliance we have and I recommend everyone have one). I love the country life, but I am also very aware that the state of our economy is very fragile, and I think things are going to get worse before they begin to get better. So I hope nothing catastrophic hits us, but this book Just in Case really caught my interest. Plus I orederd two other books: one is called Dog Psalms , and Dog Psalms 2 . I started reading them in my vet's office, and they are really cute and talk about how much dogs give to us humans. Dale was raised on a farm, so thankfully he knows a lot about the farm life. I was a suburban kid, so he took me out of the city life to the country, and I love it!

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