After the mud and rain of Splendour, the Broken Hill Mundi Mundi Bash will be pleasantly dry.

It’s outback NSW’s biggest live music event – August 18-20 on the iconic Mundi Mundi Plains where festival headliners Midnight Oil filmed their legendary Beds Are Burning film clip and where many scenes from the Mad Max movie franchise were shot.

 The festival’s artist lineup features Midnight Oil, Jimmy Barnes, Missy Higgins. Kasey Chambers, Jon Stevens, Daryl Braithwaite, The Black Sorrows, Richard Clapton, Russell Morris, The Wolfe Brothers, Sarah McLeod, Busby Marou, The Rolling Stones Review Starring: Adalita, Tex Perkins & Tim Rogers, Bjorn Again, Mick Thomas (Wedding Parties Anything), Ash Grunwald, Pierce Brothers, Eurogliders, Mel Dyer, The Buckleys, Kyle Lionhart, and Bachelor Girl

Image: Image: Mundi Mundi Bash – Matt Williams

Produced By: Roderick Chambers

Featured In Story: Kyle Lionhart – Featured Artist, and Greg Donovan – Organiser Mundi Mundi Bash

First aired on The Wire, Thursday 4 August 2022