Graphic: The Mundi Mundi Bash will be held in April and August
Australia’s newest festival, the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash, is set to rock the outback over three jam-packed days in April 2022, with all proceeds raised from the event to be donated to the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS).
Set on the stunning red dirt of the Mundi Mundi Plains from 21st to 23rd April, the festival will feature an array of iconic Australian performers including Paul Kelly, Ian Moss, John Williamson, Russell Morris, Kate Ceberano and many more.
RFDS South Eastern Section (RFDSSE) Chief Medical Officer Dr Randall Greenberg said the organisation was proud to be the charity partner for the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash.
"As a charitable organisation we rely on community donations to help us continue delivering vital healthcare services to people across the outback, including mental health, primary healthcare and life-saving emergency medical retrievals," Dr Greenberg said.
"So, every dollar raised from the Mundi Mundi Bash will have a positive impact to the communities and people who rely so heavily on the Flying Doctor.
“Members of the RFDSSE will also be volunteering their time over the three days to support the event’s fundraising activities and to meet with attendees and talk about the importance of our life saving work.”
Founder and Managing Director of The Outback Music Festival Group, Greg Donovan, said when looking for a charity partner the Royal Flying Doctor Service was a no-brainer.
“We have supported the RFDS via the Big Red Bash events for six years and look forward to extending that support with the new Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash,” he said.
“Our events are staged in incredibly remote regions, and for the event and our patrons who travel long distances to attend, knowing the RFDS is on hand is hugely comforting.
“It will be great to be able to further fundraise to help support the important service the RFDS provides to country and regional areas – and this year will be our biggest yet with three events being staged.”
As a charitable organisation we rely on community donations to help us continue delivering vital healthcare services to people across the outback.Chief Medical Officer Dr Randall Greenberg
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.
A second Mundi Mundi Bash will also be staged in August 2022, featuring joint headliners and rock royalty Jimmy Barnes and Missy Higgins along with Kasey Chambers, Jon Stevens, Daryl Braithwaite and other legendary performers.
We can’t wait to share with you more information on the next incredible show, so keep an eye out for further details over the coming months.