CURRABUBULA hall may be small but it will host a big event this April.
The Festival of Small Halls is making its return to the hall on Friday, April 9, with two national acts locked in.
Byron Bay singer, ukulele strummer and drummer Bobby Alu and two-piece indie pop-rock band This Way North will feature on the upcoming Autumn Tour 2021 across NSW.
Presented by Woodfordia Inc, the 21st edition of the much-loved not-for-profit music tour is taking on a packed schedule, visiting 20 community halls in the space of a month.
Currabubula local Veronica Filby is part of the Currabubula Local Advisory group who is helping host the festival for the community, who are so excited to see it return.
"We got our first Festival of Small Halls here in January last year and had 130 people attend which was amazing," she said.
Tickets went on sale on Thursday and are already selling fast, with 20 per cent gone in the first day.
Bobby's coastal vibes will be a new experience for many in the town, and the pop-rock music of This Way North will also be something the community of Currabubula would not normally experience, but that's what makes the festival so fantastic according to Ms Filby.
"I hadn't heard of the artists last year either and I think that's what we're also trying to do - bring a different genre of music to the area in terms of folk and contemporary music," Ms Filby said.
"It's also something I think can be enjoyed by all ages. I love the idea of it, an initiative where it's all about supporting small communities and small halls."
The Festival of Small Halls will be held at Currabubula War Memorial Hall at 6.30pm on Friday, April 9. Tickets can be purchased here.