Mundi Mundi Bash is fast approaching, with organisers planning the finishing touches to the biggest event ever staged in outback NSW with a who’s who of Australian musicians ready to rock it in the desert.
The likes of ICEHOUSE, Hoodoo Gurus, Human Nature, Pete Murray, The Angels, The Waifs, Kate Ceberano, Troy Cassar-Daley, Dragon, Thirsty Merc, and plenty more will be playing to an expected 10,000 Aussie music lovers and intrepid travellers from across the country and the world, at Mundi Mundi Plains, just past Silverton and 40km north of Broken Hill.
The 2023 Mundi Mundi Bash runs from August 17-19 and will be the third edition of the festival that founder and organiser Greg Donovan has put on, after last year’s inaugural event – that included two Mundi Mundi Bash events as a result of a 2021 cancellation.
Tickets for the 2023 Mundi Mundi Bash have sold out in advance but you will still be able to get special locals tickets.
For those who do hold a ticket, or those who are a local to the Broken Hill region, for your shot at joining the line-up and gracing the stage in front of a packed crowd at the Mundi Mundi Bash, “Mundi’s Got Talent” is back.
The event is looking for talented folks to audition and perform in the festival’s showcase to a panel of judges and attendees. To see the conditions of entry and submit your application, visit https://bit.ly/43uHF1K. Applications close on July 28.
For more information on the Mundi Mundi Bash, visit https://mundimundibash.com.au/home/