Some of Australia’s biggest rock legends will take to the regional stage in August, at the inaugural Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash – the biggest music and camping festival in Outback NSW.
“When it comes to Australian music royalty, it doesn’t get much bigger than this – from Kate Ceberano, Paul Kelly and John Williamson to Ian Moss, Shannon Noll and Wendy Matthews,” says tourism minister Stuart Ayres. “The event will also inject more than $5.4 million into the local community over the next three years, which is a huge coup for businesses in and around Broken Hill.”
Event director Greg Donovan has watched the three-day music event grow from just an idea a few years ago.
“While the Mundi Mundi Plains is rugged and remote, it’s also incredibly accessible. Those looking for a unique outback camping or caravanning experience will have the opportunity to camp on-site without the need of an off-road vehicle,” said Mr Donovan.
The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash will be held 19-21 August 2021. Tickets go on sale from 23 March 2021.
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