Jimmy Barnes, The Living End and Killing Heidi lead Werribee’s One Electric Day Festival
17.05.2021

Jimmy Barnes, The Living End and Killing Heidi lead Werribee’s One Electric Day Festival

Titans of Aussie rock are banding together for the return of One Electric Day.

Melbourne’s sing-along favourite One Electric Day Festival is back this year and it’s bringing along a truly iconic all-Aussie lineup to celebrate.

The key takeaways

  • One Electric Day festival returns for 2021
  • Jimmy Barnes, The Living End and Killing Heidi lead the lineup
  • The festival takes place at Werribee Park on Sunday, November 21

Keep up with the latest festival news via our website.

Leading the 2021 lineup is Jimmy Barnes, who first took to the festival stage in its inaugural year in 2013. The heart and soul of Aussie rock and roll, Barnesy will arrive with his 20th studio album to perform, Flesh and Wood, which is due for release July 2.

The festival will also see a slew of Aussie rock titans join Barnes, with The Living End, Jon Stevens, The Black Sorrows, Killing Heidi and Chocolate Starfish rounding out the huge one-day lineup.

Taking to Werribee Park on Sunday, November 21, this marks the festival’s eighth iteration after having no event last year due to COVID.

For organiser Duane McDonald, announcing the return of One Electric Day is an exciting prospect.

“Audiences have always been so supportive of One Electric Day,” he says. “It has become a really special event where we see many fans return year after year, it is like catching up with friends and family,” says organiser Duane McDonald.

“After the curveball that COVID-19 threw at us, we are looking forward to catching up with those friends and family this year for a very overdue celebration of great Australian music. One Electric Day 2021 will create some great memories for us all.”

This event sells out every year in Werribee and it’s no wonder why. Don’t miss out!

Tickets for the event will go on sale at 10am AEST on Friday, 21st May through Ticketmaster.