Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash
Outback NSW’s biggest ever live music event is scheduled for 18-20 August 2022, featuring a stellar lineup of Australian artists.
Collectively, the bumper lineup of 20-plus Australian artists has won more than 50 ARIA awards, 26 APRA Awards and 15 CMAA Golden Guitar Awards, as well as releasing more than 160 albums and countless hit singles.
Jimmy Barnes and Missy Higgins will co-headline the all-ages camping festival, along with Midnight Oil, Kasey Chambers, Jon Stevens, Daryl Braithwaite, The Black Sorrows, Richard Clapton, Russell Morris, The Wolfe Brothers, Sarah McLeod, Busby Marou, The Rolling Stones Review, Bjorn Again, Mick Thomas, Ash Grunwald, Pierce Brothers, Eurogliders, Mel Dyer, The Buckleys, Kyle Lionhart, Bachelor Girl and more.
The three-day festival will follow Midnight Oil’s final North American and European Tour in June/July. It will be one of the last chances for Australian fans to see them on home soil.
In addition to the music lineup, the Mundi Mundi Bash will feature a stacked program of outback entertainment and activities including a Nutbush City Limits World Record dance attempt and a Mad Max dress-up theme World Record attempt – both of which will raise much-needed funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
The Mundi Mundi Bash is staged on the spectacular Mundi Mundi Plains: a location chosen by movie director George Miller for iconic Mad Max II scenes in 1981.
The festival will also offer a range of daytime activities, including daily morning yoga sessions, dunny-door painting, Doggie ‘Fashions on the Plains’, the ‘Mundi Undi’ charity fun run, scenic helicopter flights, camel rides and more.
With bragging rights as Outback NSW’s biggest ever event, the August Mundi Mundi Bash is expected to draw close to 10,000 festival-goers from across Australia.
There will be no alcohol on sale, but ticket-holders are permitted to bring their own food and alcohol onto the festival site. In addition, there will be vendors selling hot and cold food and beverages at the event.
The festival is a family-friendly event, offering dog-friendly camping and concert areas, with children aged 11-and-under able to attend for free.
Tickets to the August Mundi Mundi Bash are still on sale and can be purchased at www.mundimundibash.com.au . Ticket prices have not increased with the late addition of Midnight Oil to the line-up.