Day 2 in the desert saw the Bashville Drags divas glitter in the red dirt, with revellers slaying the big red runway in their finest fashion at the Birdsville Big Red Bash outback music festival.
More than 400 festival goers took part in Bashville Drags on Wednesday showcasing their creations dripping in sequins, satin and sass to raise the roof and essential funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service after all the fun of Day 1.
After all the excitement of the morning the party went on with a much-anticipated two-hour set from Aussie rock legend and festival Headliner Paul Kelly closing the concert stage for day two.
Prior to Kelly's performance patrons saw a soul set from Vika & Linda, followed by the Brian Cadd.
Next up was Russell Morris who had festival goers going wild when he belted out his Eagle Rock anthem.
Then Chocolate Starfish were followed by Ross Wilson before Paul Kelly's set.
2021 has seen the biggest crowd in the event's history, with close to 10,000 festival goers rocking the desert in a massive 1.3 million square metre site, and a concert arena that is the size of nine footy fields.
Thursday will see the main stage graced by Caitlyn Shadbolt, Wendy Matthews, Thirsty Merc, Daryl Braithwaite, Ian Moss, John Williamson and Bjorn Again.
The final day of the festival will also see Big Red Bashers attempt to set two new world records one for the Largest Nutbush Dance and another for the Largest Twist Dance, again with all proceeds going to the Royal Flying Doctor's Service.
In 2019 more than 2300 revellers stomped up a storm while setting their new largest Nutbush Dance World Record.
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