A feast of some of Australia’s finest musicians will be on offer at this weekend’s Handpicked Festival – including The Veronicas, British India and Killing Heidi.
Hosted at Lake Breeze Wines, Langhorne Creek, more than 3,500 event-goers are expected to attend, enjoying contemporary pop music and a range of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s fresh produce and wine.
Other highlights include a market space for local designers and artists to showcase their products, as well as the opportunity for attendees to camp overnight.
The event will be held Saturday 12 November 2016.
The State Government has invested $70 million in additional tourism funding to market South Australia nationally and internationally and attract major events and conferences.
Handpicked Festival has received funding through the 2016/17 round of the State Government’s Regional Events and Festivals Program.
For more information visit: www.handpickedfestival.com
Quotes attributable to Acting Tourism Minister Ian Hunter
This year’s Handpicked Festival is expected to be a huge success - with more than 3,500 people travelling to the Fleurieu Peninsula for the event.
We are thrilled South Australia is playing host to such iconic Australian artists like The Veronicas, British India, The Potbelleez and Killing Heidi - who have not toured for 10 years.
The State Government is working tirelessly to attract more people to visit South Australia. It’s events like Handpicked that have seen us dubbed the ‘Best Events State’ and contributed to our recent title in Lonely Planet’s ‘Top 5 places to visit in 2017’.
There is plenty of fun to be had on the Fleurieu Peninsula. From pristine beaches, to wine country - the region delivers experiences under an hour out of Adelaide that you won’t want to miss.