Byron Bay is fast becoming the event capital of Australia, from some of the best music festivals on offer with top headline acts such a the Byron Bay Blues Fest, and Splendour In The Grass, to the amazing and fast growing Surf Festival & much much more. What ever month you decide to come to Byron Bay we assure you there will be something fun happening. Get in early and Book your room now for some of these amazing events below.


Starlight Festival
3 January – Sunday 6 January 2019
A&I Hall – Bangalow
Bathe in the Divine sounds of the Crystal Singing Bowls each morning at the Starlight Festival. Enjoy all day Yoga, with Byron Bays most renowned Yoga instructors. Discover your future with a psychic reading, experience a Shamanic drumming, connect with your souls journey in a transformational workshop, or simply relax and browse the main hall markets and enjoy our live music & vegan café.


Byron Bay Surf Festival
20 February – 24 February 2019
Various Venues & Beaches Across Byron Bay
The festival is filling fast with the finest sliders, artists and creatives from around Australia and the globe coming to town for four days of surf culture and fun.



Byron Bay Blues Fest
18 April – 22 April 2019
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm – Byron Bay
The Byron Bay Blues Festival or Bluesfest is Australia’s premiere Blues & Roots Music Festival with more than 200 performances of the best blues, roots, folk, soul and world artists. In addition to seven all weather performance stages, there are licensed bars, undercover food courts, food and market stalls.


Byron Bay Tri & Multisport Festival
Saturday 11 May 2019
Byron Bay
Australia’s best destination triathlon is back on Saturday 11th May 2019. The Byron Bay Tri is like no other. It is regarded as one of the friendliest, most scenic triathlons in Australia. With a 12noon start, you will not find another Triathlon event where you can sleep in – race – party like this.
10 May 2019 – 12 May 2019
Mullumbimby Showgrounds – Mullumbimby
RENEW FEST is Australia’s festival of ecological, economic and social renewal, located in Mullumbimby in the heartland of Byron Shire, NSW. The festival brings together hundreds of presenters and performers, and dozens of local and national organisations, working at the leading edge of regenerative culture.



Splendour in the Grass
Friday 20 July, Saturday 21 July, Sunday
North Byron Parklands
Splendour in the Grass is an annual multi-genre music festival that takes place close to Byron Bay in the Australian state of New South Wales.


Byron Writers Festival
2 August – 4 August 2019
North Byron Events – Byron Bay
For three days in August, 140 writers and thinkers will come together in Byron Bay to ponder the power of stories and the written word in shaping who we are. Now in its 23rd year, Byron Writers Festival has become famous for its relaxed and friendly vibe, open-air beachside location and compelling conversations spanning a mix of genres including music, art, environment, philosophy, health, politics, human rights and of course memoir and fiction.



The Byron Bay Guitar Festival
12th – Sunday 13th October 2019
Byron Bay Brewery – Byron Bay
Produced by Byron Music, the event features 29 + live performances on two stages, as well as a Guitar Market showcasing some amazing instruments and craftsmanship from some of the world’s favourite manufacturers including Fender, VOX, Yamaha and more, workshops and seminars presented by artists and manufacturers, and of course the delicious food and beverage on offer throughout the festival thanks to Byron Bay Brewery.
Byron Bay International Film Festival
October 18 to 27 2019
Byron Bay Various Venues
Held across multiple venues, the Byron Bay Film Festival (BBFF) is a platform for outstanding independent film talent, showcasing a uniquely rich and diverse program of entertaining, inspiring and thought provoking films. It’s a festival that fuses artistry, education and innovation, enhancing our worldview and collective social dialogue through the power and storytelling of film.


Mullum Music Festival
14 November – 17 November 2019
From humble beginnings, the picturesque village of Mullumbimby has hosted the Mullum Music Festival (MMF) since its inception in 2008. Nestled amongst the surrounding mountains in the Byron Bay hinterland, this diverse community of just over 3000 people has embraced this very different type of music event. The last decade has seen 600 world-class artists and thousands of people make their way to the festival, not bad for a little festival that started on the night of the electrical storm of the decade.


The Falls Music & Art Festival
31 December 2019 – Wednesday 2 January 2020
North Byron Parklands
Falls is a multi day camping event kicking off at the end of December in Lorne, Victoria + Marion Bay, Tasmania +Byron Bay, New South Wales. The festival brings tunes from around the globe to your frontal lobes. Bands that make you dance. Art that gets you involved, with friends that make you laugh. The Festival was created in 1993 from a campfire idea. It was on the home of Falls, the very farm at Lorne in Victoria where it is still held each