DUSTYESKY

Saturday

They are hairy, they sing in Russian but they don't speak the language, and they love vodka. Mullum’s mighty 28-man Russian chorale DUSTYESKY are getting prepped for a return for their third run of shows at the 10th Festival. Much has happened since the lads’ debut for Mullum Festival in 2014, including performances at Falls Festival, Woodford Folk Festival & Bello Winter.

But it’s not just here that the rat-bag choir are winning over fans, earlier this year a Russian-Australian newspaper featured a story which led to a media avalanche. The story was syndicated around Europe - culminating in appearances on the Russian national television broadcasting to 250 million+ audience.

Catch the vodka swilling mob before their 2018 Russian tour is booked.
"The Dustyesky Russian Male Choir brought the house down at last night’s opening of the 2014 Mullum Music Festival"

- The Byron Shire Echo

"The North Coast's favourite Russian men's choir"
- The Byron Shire News

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