Triple J Mount Isa One Night Stand order of events released

ABC has released the running order of One Night Stand in Mount Isa beginning at 4pm and ending at 10pm Saturday.
ABC has released the running order of One Night Stand in Mount Isa beginning at 4pm and ending at 10pm Saturday.

ABC’s Triple J has released the running order for this weekend’s One Night Stand concert in Mount Isa.

Gates open at Tony White Oval at 4pm on Saturday, with entry free though a gold coin donation is encouraged.

There will be a Kalkadoon welcome to country to begin proceedings at 4.50pm.

The music starts at 5.05pm with the local Unearthed winner, Indigenous hip hop artist Lucky Luke.

The 38-year-old’s real name is Joseph Luke Dargan, who identifies with numerous Indigenous cultures including the Waanyi, Mitakoodi and Kalkadoon.

He submitted his song Jacks as his Unearthed entry and beat off strong local competition including the band Bulldust.

The first of the main bands hits the stage at 5.40pm when San Cisco play.

The Western Australian band formed in 2009 under the original name of King George, in Fremantle.

Their song "Too Much Time Together" made it to number 49 in the 2016 Triple J Hottest 100.

They will be followed on stage at 6.50pm by Tash Sultana.

Tash has had a whirlwind run to fame, going from busking on the streets of Melbourne at the start of 2016 to finishing the year with her song Jungle getting to number 3 in the Hottest 100.

The time 8pm is usually associated with the mine blast in Mount Isa but on Saturday the only blast at that time will be the Smith Street Band coming to the stage.

Tash Sultana has had a whirlwind run from busking on the streets of Melbourne at the start of 2016 to finishing the year with her song Jungle number 3 in the Hottest 100.

The four-piece Melbourne outfit from the street of the same name perform on the back of the April 7 release of their new album ‘More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me’, a rousing collection of cheeky alt-rock tunes.

Last to come to the stage will be the Thundamentals who begin their set at 9.05pm.

The Thundamentals are another four piece outfit, this time from the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, playing their hip hop set.

Their latest album Everyone We Know was released in February. 

The event finishes at 10pm.

The event is drug and alcohol free and there will be parking at the Irish Club.