Valley Groove festival brings Nukara to life

Geraldton Guardian
Lou Smith at Valley Groove.
Camera IconLou Smith at Valley Groove. Credit: Pictures: James Thompson

Friday the 13th was a lucky day for Mid West music lovers, who were treated to a weekend of movin’ and groovin’ in Nanson.

Sweet Orange Productions brought the picturesque Nukara Farm to life with its 18+ Valley Groove music festival on August 13, touted as a weekend of adventure, dance and splendour.

Musical performers including Casual Connection, The Coconut Cranys, Michah and Amani & Missile headlined the two-day camping event of art, entertainment, nature walks and yoga on the country property known for hosting the best festivals in the region.

Sweet Orange Productions event organiser Tyson Overstone said: “If there was ever a time where people needed a good ol’ groove in their life, it is now!”

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