Mount Isa City Council is delighted to announce that triple j’s ONE NIGHT STAND is coming to Mount Isa!
What: One Night Stand
When: Saturday April 22nd 2017, 4pm
Where: Tony White Oval
Info: One Night Stand is an all ages concert hosted by triple j, supported by Mount Isa City Council and Mount Isa Entertainment and Tourism Venues. It is a drug and alcohol free event, gold coin donation upon entry going to Mount Isa based youth charity.
Line Up: The Smith Street Band, San Cisco, Tash Sultana, Thundamentals. One very lucky triple j Unearthed artist will also eventually join the lineup, and will open this year’s One Night Stand.
Where to Stay, Play and Eat
For all the information you need regarding where to stay, play, and eat, contact the team at Outback at Isa - Mount Isa's Tourist Information Centre. They'll get you sorted.
Phone: 07 47491555
Council are providing free busses for the One Night Stand!
Take your pick from stops at Buchanan Park (plenty of car parking available) or Marian Street in teh CBD (beside Mount Isa Village carpark). They will run continually to and from the One Night Stand at Tony White Oval between 3.15pm and 12am.
For the safe running of this event, Queensland Police Service have identified the following streets for road closures this Saturday from 2pm until Midnight.
Parts of Nandina Street, Buckley Street, Second Ave, Twentyfirst Ave, Twentythird Ave, and Seventeenth Ave
ACCESS: Local access to and from your properties will still be possible once you present your license to the security officer at road block locations.
Looking to make the most of your One Night Stand Weekend?
We have some great ideas for you!
FRI - MON: Triple your pleasure and jump on a Mount Isa Quickie Tour!
Friday Night: Head to Cloncurry and start your weekend with the Battle in the Bush, and support our local rockers!
There will also be a workshop with former X-Factor contestant and County music star, Caitlyn Shadbolt. More information here.
Don't want to drive? Check out the awesome VIP packages, includign pick up and drop off from Mount Isa to Cloncurry. Gather your mates and book today! More information here.
Sunday Morning - Autumn Markets!
Head along to the Autumn Markets the morning after the One Night Stand and grab soem breakfast and check out the arts and crafts, adn unique offerings that Mount isa has to offer.
Sunday 23rd April
8am - 12pm
Buffs Club Car Park
About Mount Isa:
Mount Isa is a place like no other.
From one of the world’s greatest Rodeo's where cowboys and miners alike try their luck atop of wildly bucking bulls and broncos, to serene desert landscapes and spinifex dotted horizons, to thriving cafe and shopping experiences in the heart of the Outback, we've got it all.
Visit our awesome lakes and swimming holes, incredible camping spots, take an off-road adventure, or take a helicopter joy-ride over vast open-pit excavations giving you a bird’s-eye view of the city’s famous mining operations and scenic surrounds.
Swim, waterski, wakeboard, or relax and have a picnic or barbecue by the shores of Lake Moondarra, a man-made lake and “beach” just outside of the CBD.
A must see is the Outback at Isa complex, incorporating the award winning Riversleigh Fossil Centre, Hard Times Mine, Outback Park and Visitor Information Centre. The Hard Times Mine is a working replica underground mine designed and operated by actual miners where you can gain an insight into the industry integral to Mount Isa's economy.
Visit one of the city’s many restaurants, cafes, pubs, and clubs or shop in luxury boutiques, or take a swim at the city pool, whatever you want to do, we have you covered.
In terms of area size, Mount Isa is Australia’s second largest city. With a population of around 22,000, Mount Isa is the heart of North West Queensland, located 1,829km from Brisbane and 883km inland from Townsville. The City shares a boundary with the Northern Territory to the West and includes the township of Camooweal, located 188 kilometres to the North West.
Famous for its rich mining history, the region was first home to the Kalkadoon people. Masterful tool and weapon makers, the Kalkadoon goods were so prized that items such as stone knives, boomerangs, woomera spears and shields were found as far away as South Australia.
Mount Isa is a very multicultural city, with people from more than 52 nationalities taking their place in the community.
Once you’ve been to Mount Isa you’ve experienced the true heart of our amazing nation.