Now in its fifth year, the Big Red Bash, the world’s most remote music festival, rocks Birdsville over three days in July. A must for outback travel enthusiasts and music lovers alike, the Big Red Bash features some of Australia’s biggest names in music. The 2017 line up includes the likes of Missy Higgins, Lee Kernaghan, plus James Reyne and Mark Seymour.
Updates for the 2017 event
For official event information, and tickets, please head to the Big Red Bash website.
The Bash takes place on the edge of the Simpson Desert about 35kms east of Birdsville. Situated close to the towering 30+ metre high Big Red Dune, it offers music lovers a spectacular backdrop to enjoy some of Australia’s best loved musicians while visually feasting on breathtaking views of the vast desert expanse and remote starry night skies.
So much more than just a music festival, the Big Red Bash allows thousands of festival goers the rare chance to experience the real outback. And, of course, the bucket-list chance for a beer and a chat with friendly locals in the iconic Birdsville pub.
For more information, visit the Big Red Bash website.