Harvest Rock festival announces return to Adelaide in October

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Harvest Rock festival announces return to Adelaide in October

Harvest Rock will see a host of the world’s leading artists take over Adelaide’s Rymill and King Rodney Parks for two days of live performances, delectable food offerings, innovative bars and more.

Off the back of a huge inaugural edition featuring the likes of Jack White, Crowded House, The Black Crowes, Sam Fender and more, Harvest Rock returns to Adelaide in October 2023 for another huge two days of sound and taste.

This year taking place across Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 October, Harvest Rock will be bringing an A team of international and Australian artists to Adelaide’s Rymill / Murlawirrapurka and King Rodney / Ityamai-itpina Parks for two days of live music alongside South Australia’s best food offerings, delicious drops and innovative bars.

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Including all the best parts of the 2022 event, punters can expect another stellar lineup of music across the Harvest and Vines stages, alongside an indulgent feast of culinary offerings, including everything from top-tier dining options to food trucks and curated spaces where you can enjoy the usual festival fare, amongst many other feasting flavours.

There will also be a range of destination bars on site, where festival goers can taste test South Australia’s finest drops at the cellar door pop-up and send home a bottle or twelve while you’re there. Enjoy bubbles at the Champagne Bar and sample a fresh frothy one at the Harvest beer garden.

And if you like to do your festivals in style, Harvest Rock has you sorted there too. All the premium ticket offerings that were so popular last year will again be available including the VIP Village, Harvest Lounge, Suites and the super exclusive Platinum Lounge.

“The inaugural Harvest Rock exceeded all our expectations. The vibes were certainly high and we’re so grateful to Adelaide’s music lovers along with music lovers from across the country for embracing the event,” says Secret Sounds Co-CEO and HARVEST ROCK Producer, Jessica Ducrou.

“We’re excited to follow up with Harvest Rock 2023 in October, bringing more great music to Adelaide and highlighting all that South Australia has to offer.”

Book in your annual leave, a trip to Adelaide is on the cards for October, with the lineup dropping in June.

Keep up with the latest updates via the festival website