BBSF 2020 SPONSORS!!
The BBSF 10 year Anniversary…TEN years of Byron Bay Surf Festival bringing to you the best and purest of Surf Culture and 10 years of loyal, supportive, and absolutely legend sponsors!!
Our Sponsors, like us at BBSF, navigate the world in similar ways with high standards and ethics that guide our decision making from the quality of the product or service, business operating standards and ethics e.g. surf, environment, fair trade, sustainability and providing to an awesome community and culture, this is the reason we choose to work with these brands and companies!!
Some have been with us from the beginning and some amazing new ones have come on board!! We couldn’t do this Festival without them all, and we appreciate and feel all the aloha!!
In honour of our epic sponsors, and for your benefit, we thought we’d introduce you to who they are and what they do!!
For over thirty-five years the Old Arts Factory in Byron Bay has been home to a rich history of live music. Today it’s also the home of the Byron Bay Brewery. It’s here that they experiment with refreshing new beer styles against a background of music performed by artists from all over the world. From Dragonfruit Sours and Coffee Porters to easy drinking lagers that are perfect for good times with friends, their range of beers and collabs are always inspired by the eclectic, creative spirit of their home, Byron Bay. MORE HERE
Established in Byron Bay in 1999, Fusion Health was born out of co-founder Paul Keogh’s experience formulating Chinese and Western herbal extracts.
Paul consistently observed that incorporating Chinese herbal extracts into his formulas provided significantly greater therapeutic and health benefits than formulating with Western herbal extracts alone.
Inspired by these results and by the accumulated wisdom inherent in a system of medicine that’s been practised for more than 2000 years, Paul became passionate about making the power of Chinese medicine more accessible to Australians and teamed up with natural health industry veteran Geoff Teasel to do so.
YETI was born out of frustration and moulded by experience.
Whether you’re taking it off the map or all the way to your backyard, every YETI product is built for the wild. Everything they make is inspired by necessity. YETI can go wherever you go and make it back for another adventure. MORE HERE
A trailblazer in his own right David Prior is an Australian businessman, surfer and long time Scotch Whisky lover. David Prior became the first Australian to own a Scotch Whisky distillery. Its home, Bladnoch distillery, tugged away in the rugged Scottish lowlands is where Pure Scot is brought to life. Pure Scot is our highly-awarded Blended Scotch Whisky that is spicy, smooth and refreshing. MORE HERE
The RVCA name (pronounced: REW-KA) was developed first and foremost out of the “V” and “A” = which symbolizes the balance of opposites and how they coexist: nature x industrialization, woman x man, past x presdent…Future. Today. Tomorrow. Life.
The RVCA artist network program, commonly referred to as the ANP, is an ongoing program which aims to showcase the talent of accomplished as well as unknown artists who inspire our generation and push the boundaries of creativity; providing something of substance and culture. MORE HERE
In 1947, a small general store was built just outside the humble Byron Bay township on Bangalow Road. Known by the locals as Walls Store, it sold groceries and general goods.
When current owners Ben Gordon and Phil Taylor saw that there was an opportunity to do something in this iconic building they did not hesitate. In mid 2017 the project was started and on December 9th 2017 the doors were officially opened! It’s been nothing but good times ever since. In 2020 one of the main focuses is on reducing waste and their overall impact on the environment!! And…they are now a Plant-based menu!
Dr Bronner’s Cosmic Principles define their most important relationships, and guide them in everything they do from Soap making to peacemaking – ALL ONE! MORE HERE
At Patagonia, they appreciate that all life on earth is under threat of extinction. They aim to use the resources they have—their business, their investments, their voice and their imaginations—to do something about it.
Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers. Alpinism remains at the heart of a worldwide business that still makes clothes for climbing—as well as for skiing, snowboarding, surfing, fly fishing, mountain biking and trail running. These are silent sports. None require an engine; rarely do they deliver the cheers of a crowd. In each, reward comes in the form of hard-won grace and moments of connection with nature. MORE HERE
Surf travel experts
When you travel with World Surfaris, you guarantee yourself an excellent trip at a great price. Their spirit of pioneering and innovation provides significant motivation and underpins their hand-picked surf adventures. They believe in quality over quantity and their surf adventure range is hand-picked. World Surfaris has been a trusted Australian Brand and a licensed Travel Agency since 1997. MORE HERE
At Warren Global Logistics their goal is simple, to move your cargo where it needs to go, efficiently and on time. Moving surfboards since the late 80’s when owner John Warren met Hayden Kenny on the Brisbane airport tarmac and struggling to recieve his surfboards John offered a better service. As well as freighting all matter of product Warren Global continue shipping surfboards for the likes of Beau Young, Dead Kooks, Ellis Ericson, Morning of the Earth, Neal Purchase and Thomas Surfboards, among many others.
Based on the Gold Coast, Warren Global Logistics is Australian owned and operated and services all major airports and seaports in Australia. MORE HERE
Fallen Broken Street draws inspiration from the creative energy that underscores the heart of Byron Bay; individuals who are carefree, passionate and aren’t afraid to stand out. Coupled with a love of all things travel and art, the label has created an inimitable and instantly recognisable aesthetic that has garnered a cult-like following in just a few short years. Collaborations with the likes of Monster Children magazine and Sunday Somewhere have seen the label permeate the Australian fashion landscape and redefine traditional notions of the hat as essential, not optional, to personal style. MORE HERE
Atmosea is an invitation to the celebration of freedom, inclusivity and community. They wear their armour as a message of power and pride in liberating themselves from expectations and intimidations. Atmosea is more than sheathing you with comfort, practicality and flair, it is a culture that allows for people to harbour their differences, creating a nurturing and accepting environment for female surfers across the globe. They are empowered women empowering other women as these suits connect us towards a more progressive and all-encompassing surfing community.