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MAKE A DATE WITH KATE: Kate Ceberano is one of many Australian artists who will perform at the inaugural Mundi Mundi Bash. Photo: Nathan Edwards

MAKE A DATE WITH KATE: Kate Ceberano is one of many Australian artists who will perform at the inaugural Mundi Mundi Bash. Photo: Nathan Edwards

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Some of Australian music's finest will perform at the inaugural Mundi Mundi Bash.

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Some of Australia's biggest names are heading to the Mundi Mundi Plains in August and want to bring you along for the ride.

Birdsville Big Red Bash promoters Outback Music Festival Group and the NSW state government have announced a major new festival will rock the plains from August 19-21.

The Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash will see a diverse and exciting range of 20 artists, groups and bands performing amidst the backdrop of the Barrier Ranges.

Artists confirmed for the festival include Paul Kelly, Tim Finn, John Williamson, Kate Ceberano, Ian Moss, Mi-Sex, Shannon Noll, Vika & Linda, Dragon, Glenn Shorrock and Wendy Matthews.

Outback Music Festival Group director and founder Greg Donovan said the event had been in the works for a number of years.

Kate Ceberano said the event would provide a rare opportunity for music lovers.

"It will be such a great opportunity to be with families (and their pets) under the beautiful starry NSW skies of Broken Hill, in the cradle of the Barrier Ranges on the Mundi Mundi Plains," she said.

"I'm sure the event will become a yearly pilgrimage for lovers of live music."

The three-day all ages event is dog friendly and will be the biggest event ever staged in Outback NSW.

In addition to great music, there will be a Nutbush City Limits World Record dance off attempt, comedy, outdoor film screenings, scenic helicopter flights and camel rides.

The event will also feature the Mundi Mundi Undie Run, which is bound to provide plenty of laughs, while raising funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

It will also provide visitors with the chance to explore local history museums and art collections.

The festival will take place at Belmont Station, which is 9km north of Silverton and 35km north of Broken Hill.

Tickets will go on sale from March 23.

For more information including a full festival line up and to book tickets, click here.

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