Jack White, Crowded House, Sam Fender lead new Adelaide music festival Harvest Rock

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Jack White, Crowded House, Sam Fender lead new Adelaide music festival Harvest Rock

Harvest Rock is the new two-day live music experience that is set to taste as good as it sounds!

Book in your annual leave, a trip to Adelaide is on the cards for November thanks to Secret Sounds and the inaugural festival of our dreams, Harvest Rock.

Taking place on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November 2022, Harvest Rock will see a host of the world’s leading artists take over Adelaide’s Rymill and King Rodney Parks for two hedonistic days of live performances, delectable food offerings, innovative bars and art installations to charm the most discerning of connoisseurs.

The key takeaways

  • Harvest Rock is the new two-day music festival taking to Adelaide this November
  • Jack White, Crowded House, The Black Crowes, Sam Fender and more lead the lineup
  • Tickets go on sale Wednesday, August 24 at 9am

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Harvest Rock’s abundance of musical offerings features iconic global headline artists alongside a plethora of Australia’s most loved acts, including the likes of:

One of the great rock conceptualists of the 21st century Jack White will light up HARVEST ROCK on Saturday 19 November with his only Australian show for 2022. White will hit down under with a seemingly endless list of artistic pursuits under his belt including tracks from his solo collection and The White Stripes’ catalogue, while the ever iconic Crowded House close the festival on Sunday 20 November with the ultimate singalong of their treasured discography.

Saturday will see the likes of legendary rockers The Black Crowes, critically acclaimed Texan trio Khruangbin, superstylin’ dance powerhouses Groove Armada and mighty voice of a generation Sam Fender. 

Also joining the festivities include Grammy nominated duo The Lumineers, Australian busker turned international pop superstar Tones And I, Australia’s wittiest musical export Courtney Barnett, the vibrant yet meditative Kurt Vile, rock’n’roll icons You Am I, lauded songstress Meg Mac, multi-award winning duo Electric Fields and Allen Stone, who will amaze one and all with his effortless blending of edgy soul-pop and earthy folk-rock to throwback R&B and Parliament-inspired funk. Plus Goanna, Marlon Williams and ARC presents Neil Young’s Harvest Live. And that’s just a taste of Saturday!

Alongside the headliners, Sunday will see hugely influential recording artists, producers and DJs The Avalanches, singing and songwriting brother-sister duo Angus & Julia Stone, electronic luminaries Hot Chip, 2020 Grammy nominees The Teskey Brothers, superstar on the rise Genesis Owusu, American songstress Cat Power, and celebrated Australian punk rockers The Living End.

There’s also the likes of  Holy Holy who bring their latest album Hello My Beautiful World to life, South Australian locals TOWNS who provide the good times with their unique mix of Australiana and 90s pop-rock, and Adelaide’s Slowmango who will take over with their exotically-infused and punchy grooves. Plus, Alex Cameron and Ruby Fields.

Quite the lineup!!

Alongside the music, Harvest Rock will also feature a Feastiville Stage which will feature chefs and mixologists showcasing collaborations between some of Australia’s finest foodies, alongside talent from the musical bill.

The event also boasts an indulgent feast of gastronomical offerings, including a food space with top tier culinary delights plus an elegant clear marquee where you and your friends can book and enjoy a special seating carefully curated and delivered by renowned chef and restaurateur Jake Kellie of arkhé (are-kay) and former Head Chef of Burnt Ends (Singapore), a park up of food trucks where you can enjoy the usual festival fare, amongst many other feasting flavours.

Parched? Park yourself at one of Harvest Rock’s many destination bars, artfully curated by acclaimed Australian wine critic and prolific personality Nick Stock.

If you’ve got little ones, there’s also Little Harvest, a mini festival in a festival curated to keep them occupied and entertained while a VIP Village is on offer if you’d like to do the festival in style.

So, get ready to celebrate the best things in life – music, food and enjoyment in style at HARVEST ROCK!

Harvest Rock takes place at Rymill & King Rodney Parks Adelaide on Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 November 2022. Find out more at harvestrock.com

Tickets go on sale to the general public from 9am AEST Wednesday 24 August.