FANCY rocking up to the Birdsville Big Red Bash or Mundi Mundi Bash next year? Then put November 25 in your diary.
That's the date tickets go on sale for the iconic Birdsville event and its new sister event, the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash.
The line-up for both reads like a roll-call of Australian music legends, headlined by Jimmy Barnes and Missy Higgins.
Also featuring at the Big Red Bash will be Kate Ceberano, Kasey Chambers, Jon Stevens, Richard Clapton and The Rolling Stones Review starring Adalita, Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers. If that's not enough to get you well and truly rocking, add Bjorn Again, Sarah McLeod, Shanon Noll, Ash Grunwold, Jack Jones, Dragon, The Radiators, Mich Thomas, Mi Sex, Chocolate Starfish, Steve Balbi, Bachelor Girl and Mel Dyer.
Not to be outdone the Mundi Mundi Bash has a similarly impressive line-up, including 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 and Bachelor Girl.
And more local Broken Hill artists are yet to be announced.
"There's not another gig in the country that offers anything like the spectacular 40-metre high Big Red sand dune in the Simpson Desert, or the rugged Barrier Ranges on the Mundi Mundi Plains as a performance backdrop," said Outback Music Festival Group managing director Greg Donovan.
"Both events are camping based with awesome outback activities and a killer music line-up - they're a true bucket list experience."
The events are suitable for all ages and are dog-friendly.
NOTE: The 2022 Mundi Mundi event is separate to the postponed 2021 event, which has been rescheduled to April 21-23, 2022. It will be headlined by Paul Kelly.