Some of Australia’s most legendary names will perform at the 2020 Big Red Bash festival which is being described as its “biggest ever line-up”.
Leading the charge for the world’s most remote music festival, taking place at the Big Red sand dune (outback Queensland) from 7-9 July is Paul Kelly who will headline the event alongside the likes of John Williamson, Ian Moss, Kate Ceberano and Tim Finn.
Also named on the bill today includes Shannon Noll, Dragon, The Radiators, Mi Sex, Wendy Matthews, Thirsty Merc, Marc Gable, Bjorn Again, Glenn Shorrock, Caitlin Shadbolt, Steve Balbi, Chocolate Starfish, Ross Wilson and Vika & Linda Bull.
“We’ve put in a lot of work to produce a 2020 line-up that screams iconic Oz rock and classic Australian and Trans-Tasman music,” Big Red Bash founder and organiser Greg Donovan said.
“This year, we have a total of 20 acts – more than we’ve ever had, which allows us to extend the hours of performance and offer even more entertainment for festivalgoers.
“We’re also thrilled to have the man that started it all for the Big Red Bash, our good mate John Williamson.
“In 2013, our festival was born from John performing solo with just a speaker and a mic on top of Big Red. Now, six years on, we’re ready to welcome him back as part of our biggest ever lineup. We’ve come a long way, but we certainly wouldn’t be here now if wasn’t for John.”
Tickets to the 2020 Big Red Bash go on sale from 9am on Thursday 19 September.
For more details, check out the festival website or head to theGuide.