People dancing in the outback

Graphic: People dancing in the outback

Get ready to rock out at the Mundi Mundi Bash

Date published

19 Jan 2022

Australia’s newest festival, the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash, will rock the outback over three jam-packed days in April 2022.

To be set on the stunning red dirt of the Mundi Mundi Plains, the event will feature an amazing array of Australian artists, including headline act, Paul Kelly. 

From 21 to 23 April, audiences will also hear from other homegrown artists such as Ian Moss, John Williamson, Russell Morris and Kate Ceberano. 

The concert will be held just outside of the historic and iconic town of Broken Hill, with all proceeds raised to be donated to the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS). 

RFDS South Eastern Section (RFDSSE) Chief Medical Officer Dr Randall Greenberg said the vital funds raised will directly support services like mental health, primary healthcare and emergency retrievals.

Kate Cebrano in outback

“Every dollar received through the Mundi Mundi Bash will have such a positive impact on our communities and people who rely so heavily on the Flying Doctor,” Dr Greenberg said. 

Due to COVID the concert was postponed from its original date in August 2021, but planning for the April 2022 event is well underway, with thousands of tickets already sold. 

So, get your family and loved ones together to start planning for the adventure of a lifetime and be some of the first people in Australia to experience this newest festival. 

When you’re not singing along to the dazzling line-up of iconic artists, the Mundi Mundi Bash will offer plenty of fun entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.

There will be a World record attempt on the NutBush City Limits, a World record attempt on a Mad Max dress up to celebrate the movie and a Mundi Undie run, dressed in your favourite undies of course. 

We cannot wait to see you there!