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March 26, 2005

northern star on move to tyagarah


There is an article in the Northern Star today about the Blue's Festival's new owners intentions to move to Tyagarah.



While the ‘spirit’ of the festival may not change, both promoters confirmed a major change of venue, from Red Devil Park to the tea tree farm at Tyagarah, was in store.


"We’re at a pussy’s bow with the venue," Mr Wheatley said.


"Ultimately we think we could do a better job with more permanent facilities.


"But, we are very mindful of the culture and environment of the area."


Mr Chugg stressed the new festival home would not become an all-year-round party site, despite the concerns of nearby property owners.


"There’s been a lot of information spread about that’s not even close to what we’re on about," Mr Chugg said.

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Posted at March 26, 2005 12:00 AM

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