After a very wet debut in 2022, Harvest Rock will return to Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka and King Rodney Park/Ityamai-Itpina this year with another huge line-up of local and international heavyweights, including a number of ’90s and early 2000s superstars.
The festival will run over two days, Saturday October 28 and Sunday October 29, with exclusive Adelaide-only performances from 90s funk and acid-jazz legend Jamiroquai (who’ll be bringing hits like Cosmic Girl and Canned Heat) and multi-hyphenate rocker Beck, who’ll deliver a set that spans his decades-long career.
Disco icons Nile Rodgers & Chic will be bringing Good Times, as will millennial favourites like Bright Eyes, Ladyhawke, Santigold and Warpaint, plus a whole lot more to be announced.
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The local contingent is led by luminary Paul Kelly, alongside festival darlings Thelma Plum, Ocean Alley, Chet Faker, Julia Jacklin, Baker Boy, Flight Facilities (with their fan-favourite Decades DJ set) and Adelaide’s Bad Dreems.
The music line-up will be bolstered by an impressive food and beverage program, including the return of the Feastiville precinct, featuring top Adelaide eateries, and Wildwood, a sit-down restaurant by Arkhe’s Jake Kellie, as well as a new Yes Chef Stage, which will showcase collaborations between top chefs and musical acts. There’ll also be a cellar door pop-up, and The Grape Escape wellness precinct for those wanting some R and R away from the action.
Harvest Rock will run from October 28–29 at Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka and King Rodney Park/Ityamai-Itpina, Adelaide. Tickets go on sale Wednesday August 9 at 8.30am ACST. Sign up for presale online.
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