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Mundi Mundi Bash announces line-up for 2024

It’s official! New South Wales’ forgotten cousins in the colourful outback city of Broken Hill have now been adopted as part of Greater SA.

We’ve always offered our time to the isolated border community and considered them honorary South Aussies, so we thought it only fitting to give them their very own space within Greater SA.

Besides, the people of Broken Hill know how to throw a party, and with the line-up just announced for Mundi Mundi 2024, we’ll be hooking on the caravan in August and getting down in that red dirt dust.

Tickets to the three-day bash are still up for grabs, with the fourth ever outback music festival set to be bigger and better than ever.

The massive line-up of Aussie artists bound for Broken Hill include legendary 90’s rock band, The Baby Animals, James Reyne, Mark Seymour, Richard Clapton, Diesel, Chocolate Starfish, Tim Finn, Vanessa Amarosi, Sarah McLeod, The Living End, Mossy, Daryl Braithwaite will be there to belt out Horses and the list goes on!

The Mundi Mundi Bash holds the World Record for the most people dancing the Nutbush, with 6,594 boot-scooters carving up the dirt in August 2023.

The 2023 bash welcomed a sell-out 12,000 strong crowd, with revellers rolling in with caravans, campers and swags to immerse themselves in a three-day weekend under the starry outback sky of Belmont Station. In 2024, gates will open three days prior to the event, giving travellers from right across Australia time to set up, settle in and watch the fun unfold.

Whether you’re a lover of camping, caravanning, outback adventure or great Aussie music, the family-friendly festival has something for everyone, and you can even take the dog!

Mundi Mundi Bash
August 15-17 2024
For tickets & info click here


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