Record numbers of music lovers have flocked to Birdsville for the Big Red Bash music festival in outback Queensland. Close to 10,000 festival-goers ventured to the red sand dunes just outside the township of Birdsville for the three-day event. About the Birdsville Big Red BashThe Birdsville Big Red Bash is the most remote music festival in the world – located on the edge of the Simpson Desert against a backdrop of rolling red sand dunes. With 10,000 concert goers undertaking an average trip of 4300km, a combined 40 million km are accrued by those travelling to and from the Big Red Bash. The Big Red Bash event site is 35km from the small outback township of Birdsville, Queensland.