Is the cold weather got you feeling down? Then warm up with a long drive with your good pals for some excellent music. The Big Red Bash is happening at the Simpson Desert in Queensland’s Outback from July 10-12.

The Big Red Bash is Australia’s most remote concert of the year, where thousands of Australians take the time to make the trip, set up camp, and have a great time.

Catch Jimmy Barnes and Paul Kelly along with other talented musicians as they

Some of the musicians you can expect to see in the Big Red Bash include greats like 

The event is perfect for family members. Encourage your kids to hop on board to try dune surfing. They can also take a ride on a camel and explore the surrounding area.

Drag contest

What’s more, if you like dressing in drag, you can take part in the RFDS Drag Race. Here, participants dressed in a drag race down the side of a dune, tumbling and having fun along the way. Now, if that’s not to your liking, then consider entering the Fashions in the Desert event.

The event is for a good cause, as it supports the Royal Flying Doctors Service.

If you’re looking for an extended camping trip, then sign up for an early access pass. This will allow you to set up camp two days before the event. That way, you can scout the area and find the best spots to see the live shows and more.

A lot of people are choosing to drive to the venue, so don’t forget to book a car hire service as early as now; and if you’re flying in from across the country, an airport parking spot for your vehicle is always a good idea to have. So, invite all your pals, make plans, and bring your dog if you want because everyone is invited to the biggest desert concert in Australia.