On Laura Street this Sunday

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Highlights of the festival this weekend

Laura Street Festival shapes up to be the biggest yet.

Highgate Hill’s annual festival in Laura St is shaping up to be bigger than ever. The annual festival brings out the best of community spirit with people working together to create a gentle celebration with the values that make the Kurilpa peninsula the special place that it is.

The full program is available at online but here is a taste of what’s in store.

Featuring music by: 
Matt and Gav * Gustav * These Dirty Bones * Willy Angelo and the Basement Hustle * The Furrs * The William Moon Book Society * HRBRT * Rivermouth * Lost Dunes * Yemaya * Bill Anderson * Haitch & Pachamama * Ladi Abundance Project * Astro Travellers * Umkancho * Yellow Bird * Blue Harmony * Hannah Rosa * Clare and Lawrence * Justin Ryan * The Forty Thieves * Her Royal Fluffiness * Sabrosa Sound System * 
Hollow Drums * Deena * Progressive Tan * Die Rude * Dorian *
Jumping Fences * Helical Sun * Angharad Drake * Toby Straton *
Magenta Voyeur * The Unofficials * Homemade Jam * The Genes *
Portal Project * Fat Picnic
 * Astar * Sabrosa DJs & Papa BiTcho *
Scallywagon * Jeunae amd Ahliya Kite * Arundel * Ningaram *
Andy Paine * Virginia Sook * Poetry Slam * Turnstyle Choir

and workshops and presentations about: 
Education * Native Bees * Humanitarian work * 
Yoga * Art * Massage * Collage * Singing * Playing *
Fun and Free Time * Learning * Bugs * Hoops *
Zimbabwe * Astrology * Pasta making

and stalls and ideas to interact with:
Brisbane Solidarity Network * Lock the Gate * The Wilderness Society * 
Wild Mountains * Central Queensland Indigenous Development

and things to take home as well as stuff to make you pretty:
Collectables * 2nd Hand Books * Facepainting * Henna

and beautiful things to look at:
The Photo Laundry * Blackout * Live art * Circus

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