One Electric Day is evolving into one electric month as the Aussie rock fest hits the road for the first time.

Established in 2013 as a one-day show in Melbourne, One Electric Day returns this year for its inaugural national run with a line-up featuring John Farnham, James Reyne, Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, The Black Sorrows, and a reunited Southern Sons.

The green fields event will kick off Nov. 2 at Country Club Lawns in Launceston, and will visit Sydney (The Domain on Nov. 9), Brisbane (Riverstage, Nov. 16), Werribee (Werribee Park on the Great Lawn, Nov. 24) and the Barossa (Seppeltsfield, Dec. 7).

The classic rock show is popular with the punters, selling out its capacity well in advance each year since inception, according to a statement issued by Frontier Touring, which will promote the Sydney, Brisbane and Werribee dates.

“It sells out very quickly in Werribee,” promoter Duane McDonald says, “and every year we get requests from interstate on when we will be bringing One Electric Day further afield.”

Jimmy Barnes headlined the 2018 show at Werribee Park, alongside The Angels, Ian Moss, Jon Stevens, and others, with a record 13,000 fans turning out.

In previous years, ARIA Hall of Famers Icehouse, Russell Morris and Daryl Braithwaite and have graced the One Electric Day stage.

Pre-sales start from Tuesday (June 4) and the general on-sale begins Thursday (June 6).

Visit Frontier Touring and One Electric Day for more.