V-Energy Is Driving Festival Goers To Byron's Biggest Festival In Style
We are counting down the days until Byron’s biggest festival gets underway and V-Energy is ensuring you get in and amongst the action.
If you’re going to be lucky enough to be in northern NSW for the three-day extravaganza then there’s only one way you want to be making your way to the North Byron Parklands - and that’s with the V-Energy Party Bus.
It’s been three long years since we’ve all made the trip to Byron, and V-Energy wants to turn the final leg of that journey into the party-before-the-party.
If you want to feel the electric energy before international stars take to the stage, then the V-Energy decked-out bus is the way to go.
Leaving from Byron Bay Transit Centre on Butler Street, the double-decker bus will be running on all three days from July 22 to 24 from 12 pm to 5 pm and will get you rolling on into the festival.
The bus will be pumping with V-Energy drinks, tunes from your favourite artists, plenty of greenery and flora, and all the elements you need to get the energy and mood just right.
Upstairs, the bus will be decked out with its very own DJ booth, where the pre-festival mood will be curated by DAN.B and Dangerous Dan.
The perfect dance floor vibes will get you ready for some of the top deck-spinners in the world.
The party doesn’t end there as the ground level of the double-decker will feature the one and only Beverly Kills, who is set to feature on the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under.
The drag performer will be providing entertainment that will be equal parts wonderful and hilarious.
And if you want to get bedazzled as you head into the bright lights and colours of the festival, V-Energy has you covered there as well.
Hair and makeup artists will be riding along on the bus with you to ensure you are sparkled up and looking fresh and fine.
Meanwhile, the legends at V-Energy will also be on hand to deck you out with hats, shirts, and wristbands to have you feeling fly as you stroll on through.
The best part, it’s all free.
If you’re in Byron Bay and stuck on how to get to the festival, or if you just want to make the most of the experience, you’ll be able to track the bus and its whereabouts so you can know exactly when the next party is driving on through.
We’d hazard a guess that by the time you stroll up to the gates of the North Byron Parklands you’ll be fighting the urge to stay on the bus and keep the party going all the way back to Byron Bay.
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