BBSF 2020 ticket for Christmas!!


They’re here!!!
The first release of tickets for BBSF 2020 are live now!

Get yours to the Australian Premier of Spoons a film by Wyatt Daily & Justin Misch,  ‘The Natural Future, ideas & solutions’ event with Dr Bronners and Patagonia featuring very special guest David Bronner (USA) plus Patagonia peeps, and the WaterPeople Podcast live with Lauren L. Hill & Dave Rastovich!! These single event tickets are available now!

Click, click, click below to buy tickets for you and your crew!
Not a bad idea for a last minute Chrissy present!

Early Bird Full Festival tickets will be available from Jan 3rd!
The 4-day festival activates over 12 events including surfing, shaping, art, music, film, markets and environment with an awareness and focus on sustainability, education and innovation. We have some big live music surprises for you this year!! Announcing Jan 3 2020!


$15 – Lauren Hill and Dave Rastovich

Hosted by Lauren Hill & Dave Rastovich with special guests – Gather round for an afternoon of raw surf storytelling, as we invite our special guests to dive in and explore the critical, heartfelt funny and honest conversations of their lives and our culture, through storytelling. This is a live recording for a forthcoming Waterpeople Podcast, hosted by Lauren L. Hill & Dave Rastovich

How can we take the principles of regenerative agriculture and create lives and businesses that are truly regenerative by nature? It goes beyond sustainable living by supporting nature and her healing powers. We as individuals, communities and companies can do this collectively to create a regenerative future. Including topics on Hemp, Fair trade, Climate change and most likely Surfing.


Spoons is a story of craftsmanship, work ethic, renegades and tradition.

Featuring George GreenoughRenny YaterNat Young and Bob Mctavish.
When Yater and Greenough innovated surfboards for one of the best waves on earth they changed the course of surfing forever.

Spoons is a film that goes beyond the time spent in the ocean to define how one spends a lifetime.

The Byron Bay Surf Festival is proud to be declared a Deep Blue Event, (waste free), and is a 1% For The Planet member. BBSF has a clear path towards reducing environmental impacts through education with a curated festival of likeminded vendors & special guests, and a no-single-use plastics policy.







Want to get involved with BBSF? We’ve opened the books for this years volunteers!!
Get in touch and get on board!