A limited number of LOCAL DAY tickets have been made available for Broken Hill and Silverton locals to attend the festival for a single day on Saturday 23rd April.
Join us as we attempt the Mad Max Record Attempt and the Nutbush Dance World Record Attempt, followed by an afternoon of entertainment by some of Australia's very best performers!
Tickets for Local Day are strictly for residents of Broken Hill and Silverton only - our small way of thanking the wonderful locals for their exceptional hospitality! Photo ID will be required to exchange your e-ticket for festival wristband at the Ticketing Office.
Local Day tickets for the Mundi Mundi Bash give you entry to the festival on SATURDAY 23RD APRIL 2022.
- Adult $179
- Youth (12 - 17 years) $29
- Child (11 years & under) Free
Everyone attending the April 2022 Mundi Mundi Bash must be double-vaccinated against COVID-19. Booster shots are not required.
Each ticket holder over 16 years of age must come to Ticketing to show your Proof of Vaccination and photo ID before picking up your wristbands. For further details, see Vaccination Policy.
TICKETING OFFICE HOURS & LOCATION
You must exchange your e-ticket for a vehicle pass and wristband at the Ticket Office located at Broken Hill Racecourse, BEFORE you head to Mundiville. Locals Tickets can be picked up at the following times:
- Friday 22nd April - 9am-5pm
- Saturday 23rd April - 9am-3pm
Download or print your e-ticket before you arrive. Make sure you pre-purchase your tickets well before the event.
Once you have your vehicle pass and wristbands, you’re ready to head to Mundiville! Click here for instructions on how to get there.
Some roads may have temporary event speed limits in place. Be aware of changed speed limits in and around Broken Hill and Silverton.
Extra police will be around – drive carefully.
PLEASE NOTE: The Mundi Mundi Lookout will be closed for safety reasons during peak traffic times.
PARKING AT MUNDIVILLE
Local Day ticket holders can park in the Day Parking Area at Mundiville. The main concert area is approximately 400m from this parking area.
Local Day ticket holders must leave the site from the day parking area after the concert concludes. There is no camping on site or in the Day Parking Area permitted for day ticket holders on the evening of Saturday 23rd April.
The Mundi Mundi Bash is dog friendly! Local Day ticket holders don’t need to register to bring a dog, however there are a few rules in place to ensure everyone attending is able to enjoy the event. This includes:
- Dogs are to be kept on leads and under your control at all times.
- Keep to the dog friendly areas which include the dog concert area, and the main plaza (keeping 10m from food vending areas).
- Clean up your dog's droppings and dispose of it in the available bins provided specifically for this purpose.
- All dogs must have a tag noting dog name, your name, your car (make, model, colour, number plate) and your phone number. This is to allow for easiest possible reconnection of any lost dogs with their owners.
If your dog has a tendency to bark at times, or has any behavioural traits that would not be suitable in this environment, we ask you to respect the rights of others and leave your pooch at home.
WHAT TO BRING
The Mundi Mundi Bash has a number of food vendors who provide a delicious and wide variety of cuisine. You are also welcome to bring your own food with you.
Bottled water is available from food vendors or you can bring your own, there is no running water on site.
Seating is NOT provided in the concert area, you will need to bring your own chair or blanket if you’d like to sit during the festival.
The festival is BYO alcohol, however no glass is permitted, so you’ll need to pack cans and casks. Alcohol is not sold at the festival site.
The main concert areas are well lit, however the surrounding road ways, campsites and parking areas are not lit. We recommend a small torch or head torch to assist you on your walk back to Day Parking when the festival concludes.
This is an outdoor festival. The weather is likely to be warm during the day, so you’ll want a hat and light clothes, but it can get pretty chilly at night, so we suggest packing for cold conditions as well.
A number of items are NOT permitted into the festival area. Use the checklist below to help you plan!
We welcome patrons with a disability or who are less-abled and will support your attendance in any way we can, however it’s worth remembering that this is a concert in a remote area and while we’ll do everything we can, some of the disability facilities and surfaces you might see in an urban area might not be possible.
If you have a government issued disability parking permit, please present it at the Ticketing Office when you collect your wristbands to ensure we can provide you with the appropriate vehicle stickers and wristbands to access these facilities:
DISABILITY DROP OFF
Your windscreen disability sticker will allow you to drop off passengers at the concert area disability access gate (south side of the stage) and return to park in Day Parking area. (no parking permitted at the drop off area). If the driver has a disability permit for mobility reasons contact us and we’ll work out a solution.
DISABILITY SEATING AREA
A disability seating area is located just inside the concert area near the disability access gate. Only disability patrons who have been issued a disability access wristband are allowed to use this area, and you can have up to four others sitting with you. If you want to sit with more than four people, you can use the general seating area.
A disabled-access toilet will be approx 20m from the disability seating area across a reasonably firm but unpaved surface.
12.45PM Concert Area Gates Open
1.40PM SHOW COMMENCES
Playing Order: Caitlyn Shadbolt - Vika & Linda - Mi-Sex - Shane Howard - Chocolate Starfish
8.30PM (approx) Show concludes
Download the Bash App for artist playing times.
Bring along your Mad Max character gear and help us break the current world record for The Largest Gathering Of Mad Max Characters In One Location, currently set at 2,500!
More information about dress regulations, and the record attempt can be found here.
The Birdsville Big Red Bash currently holds the record for the most people dancing the Nutbush: a total of 2878 people in 2021! Let's challenge this record on the Mundi Mundi Plains, and see if we can topple the Birdsville Big Red Bash from its record!
Click here for more information or to register to take part.