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One Electric Day at Werribee Mansion on Sunday 27 November 2016 with Russell Morris, Icehouse, James Reyne, Jimmy Barnes.

Jimmy Barnes at One Electric Day Photo by Ros O'Gorman

One Electric Day playing times for Werribee Sunday

by Paul Cashmere on November 22, 2018

in News

The playing times for One Electric Day have been revealed with another big day planned for the now iconic Werribee music festival.

One Electric Day 2018 will kick off at midday with Thirsty Merc and for the next 7+ hours punters will be treated to sets by Richard Clapton, Jon Stevens, Ian Moss, The Angels and Jimmy Barnes.

11am Gates open
12.00-12.40pm | Thirsty Merc
1.00-1.50pm | Richard Clapton
2.10-3pm | Jon Stevens
3.25-4.15pm | Ian Moss
4.40-5.20pm | The Angels
6.00-7.15pm | Jimmy Barnes

This line-up has had 77 Top 40 singles, 37 Top 10 albums and 17 number one albums.

The chart tally for this line-up is:

Top 40 singles
Thirsty Merc 5
Richard Clapton 3
Jon Stevens (Noiseworks) 6
Ian Moss 3
The Angels 17
Jimmy Barnes 29
Cold Chisel 14

Top 10 albums
Thirsty Merc 1
Richard Clapton 1
Jon Stevens (Noiseworks) 3
Ian Moss 1
The Angels 6
Jimmy Barnes 19 and Cold Chisel 7

Number one albums

Jimmy Barnes 11
Cold Chisel 3
Noiseworks 1
Ian Moss 1
The Angels 1

One Electric Day is on The Great Lawn at Werribee Park, Sunday November 25.

The event from Regional Touring is sold-out.

http://www.oneelectricday.com.au

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