A limited number of tickets have been made available for Broken Hill locals to attend the festival for a single day on Thursday 17th, Friday 18th or Saturday 19th of August.
Join us for a full day of fun festival activities, 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 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.
Ticket Prices 2023
Local Day tickets for the Mundi Mundi Bash give you entry to the festival on a single day of your choice.
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:
- Monday 14th August to Friday 18th August, 9am – 5pm
- Saturday 19th August, 9am – 3pm
Download or print your e-ticket before you arrive. Make sure you pre-purchase your tickets correctly before the event.
GETTING to mundiville
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 during peak periods. The closure has been put in place for safety reasons, and will be managed by the Broken Hill Police and Roads and Maritime Service.
Local Day ticket holders must leave the site from the Local 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 concert evenings.
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 the 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
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 accessibility requirements 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 the Local 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 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 approximately 20m from the disability seating area across a reasonably firm but unpaved surface.
Download the Bash App for individual artist playing times (which will be updated closer to the event).
MUNDI’S GOT TALENT I Time TBC
We’re looking for talented singers of all genres to perform in our showcase to a panel of judges and Mundi Mundi Bash attendees. Everyone is encouraged to apply!
Click here to learn more and apply online.
MUNDI UNDI RUN I Time TBC
Grab your undies and join the race at Mundiville where we’ll be raising funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service!
Click here for more information and to register online.
DOGGIE FASHIONS ON THE PLAINS I ALL DAY
Bash dogs and their favourite humans are invited to get dressed in their daintiest, most delightful, doggone coolest gear and strut their stuff at the Doggie Dress Up Day. Between 3 – 4pm, a few of our awesome vollies will be roaming the doggie concert area to give a treat to our decked out dogs!
More information available here.
NUTBUSH DANCE WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT I TIME TBC
The Birdsville Big Red Bash currently holds the record for the most people dancing the Nutbush: a total of 4084 people in 2022! 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.
MAD MAX DRESS UP WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT I 10.45AM
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 556!
More information about dress regulations, and the record attempt can be found here.