Jamiroquai, Beck lead Harvest Rock 2023 festival lineup

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Jamiroquai, Beck lead Harvest Rock 2023 festival lineup

Words by staff writer

Get ready to rock, Adelaide!

Harvest Rock II is back with a bang, promising two massive days of music, food, and fun in downtown Adelaide’s Murlawirrapurka & Ityamai-Itpina / Rymill & King Rodney Parks. Set to take place on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October 2023, this year’s festival lineup boasts a mix of iconic international stars and homegrown talent.

Leading the charge is the fabulous funk, soul, and acid jazz master, Jamiroquai, who will be delivering an exclusive Australian performance on Saturday. Fronted by the charismatic Jay Kay, Jamiroquai is all set to unleash a boogie-filled set featuring hits like ‘Cosmic Girl’ and ‘Canned Heat’ after almost 12 years since their last Aussie appearance.

Sunday’s headliner, Beck, is sure to electrify the crowd with his dynamic performance, showcasing hits from his illustrious career. The American multi-hyphenate, known for his eclectic style and iconic track ‘Loser,’ promises an unforgettable musical adventure.

Harvest Rock 2023 Lineup:

Jamiroquai (Only Aus Show)
Beck (Only Aus Show)
Nile Rodgers & Chic
Ocean Alley
Paul Kelly
Bright Eyes
Flight Facilities Decade DJ Set
Thelma Plum
Chet Faker
Julia Jacklin
Baker Boy
The Rolling Stones Revue Feat. Adalita, Tex Perkins, Tim Rogers
Vera Blue
Sam Barber
Built to Spill
The Lemon Twigs
Plus many more to be announced!

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Harvest Rock announces its return to Adelaide for 2023

But that’s not all! Get ready to dance the night away to the ultimate disco tunes of Nile Rodgers & Chic, while Flight Facilities, Chromeo, and Ladyhawke keep the dance floor alive with their electrifying performances.

Australian stars shine bright on the Harvest Rock stage too, with the legendary Paul Kelly, Baker Boy, Julia Jacklin, Chet Faker, and the ever-popular Ocean Alley all ready to set the scene on fire. But wait, there’s more! The festival will feature sets from Thelma Plum, Vera Blue, and Bad//Dreems, ensuring every music lover finds their groove.

Sunday promises an all-American affair, with Santigold delivering her genre-bending set to captivate the crowd. California’s Sparks will also take to the stage, sharing tracks from their recently released album, while Bright Eyes, The Lemon Twigs, and Built to Spill are set to rock the house.

Harvest Rock II offers more than just a music lineup; immerse yourself in South Australia’s finest food and beverage offerings and indulge in unique festival and dining experiences. The Yes Chef Stage will feature collaborations between top-notch chefs and mixologists, ensuring a culinary delight for all.

With more acts yet to be announced, Harvest Rock II promises to be a music lover’s paradise. Get your calendars marked for the tickets on-sale on Wednesday 9 August via Ticketmaster. Sign up for Early Harvest presale tickets at www.harvestrock.com for a chance to secure your spot.