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Birdsville Big Red Bash celebration of Tina Turner

 

The Birdsville Big Red Bash, the world’s most remote music festival, is gearing up for an unforgettable celebration of Tina Turner’s legacy with a newly created tribute on July 6 that will follow a hotly anticipated Big Red Bash Nutbush world record attempt.

 

 

Hyped from what organisers are confident will be a new Nutbush world record, festival goers will continue dancing and singing in Tina’s honour as Kate Ceberano, Wendy Matthews, Grace Knight, Melanie Dyer, Caitlyn Shadbolt, Miranda Carey and Robyn Loautake the stage to deliver electrifying performances of the rock legends greatest hits, including “River Deep”, “Simply the Best” and “Proud Mary”.

The tribute promises to be an exhilarating showcase of talent, paying homage to the legendary performer’s extraordinary career.

Prior to the concert, the audience will be invited to participate in the Nutbush World Record Attempt. The goal is to gather around 5000 boot-scootin Nutbush dancers, surpassing last year’s record, to create Australia’s biggest tribute to Tina Turner.

The Nutbush World Record Attempt has become a beloved tradition at the Birdsville Big Red Bash, raising over $500,000 for the Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS) since 2016. This year, with Tina Turner’s iconic song turning 50, the organisers are expecting their biggest turn out to date.

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