Harvest Rock line-up announced
The lineup for the inaugural Harvest Rock – a new two-day live music festival coming to Adelaide – has today been revealed by organisers Secret Sounds.
Taking place across Saturday 19 & 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.
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.
The ever iconic Crowded House will close the festival on Sunday 20 November with the ultimate singalong of their treasured discography.
Don’t dream it’s over, the list of exciting artists coming to Harvest Rock continues with 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, alongside a plethora of Australia’s most loved acts.
JACK WHITE (ONLY AUS SHOW) * CROWDED HOUSE * THE BLACK CROWES * KHRUANGBIN * GROOVE ARMADA * SAM FENDER * THE LUMINEERS * TONES AND I * THE AVALANCHES * COURTNEY BARNETT * KURT VILE (ONLY AUS SHOW) * ANGUS & JULIA STONE * THE TESKEY BROTHERS * HOT CHIP * GOANNA * GENESIS OWUSU * THE LIVING END * CAT POWER * YOU AM I * MEG MAC * MARLON WILLIAMS * HOLY HOLY * ALEX CAMERON * RUBY FIELDS * ALLEN STONE * ELECTRIC FIELDS * TOWNS * SLOWMANGO & ARC PRESENTS NEIL YOUNG’S HARVEST LIVE
Harvest Rock is just as much about the food as it is the music, with chefs and mixologists showcasing collaborations between some of Australia’s finest foodies. It includes a marquee where you and your friends can book and enjoy a special seating carefully curated and delivered by renowned chef and restauranteur, Jake Kellie of arkhé (are-kay) and former Head Chef of Burnt Ends (Singapore).
Park yourself at one of Harvest Rock’s many destination bars, artfully curated by acclaimed Australian wine critic and prolific personality Nick Stock.
Ankle biters are in for an adventure at Little Harvest, a mini festival in a festival curated to keep the little ones occupied and entertained.
Secret Sounds Co-CEO and Harvest Rock Producer, Jessica Ducrou said: "The inaugural Harvest Rock will bring both iconic and hot new international artists from around the world to downtown Adelaide, alongside an abundance of incredible talent from our own shores.
"Presenting South Australia’s best in show food and wine offerings including cellar door pop ups, a mash ups of chefs and musicians on our Feastiville Stage and Little Harvest for the kids, were excited to provide a festival with many different facets. We’re planning a good old fashioned get together - with great music, food and wine - so come experience Harvest Rock in all its glory.”
Premier of South Australia, Peter Malinauskas said: "There is genuine excitement building about the Harvest Rock festival. November is a great time of year in Adelaide, and with such a great line-up Harvest Rock is set to attract big crowds to our city’s east end.”
Harvest Rock is proudly supported by the South Australian Government, through the South Australian Tourism Commission.
Tickets on sale to the general public from 9.00am AEST Wednesday 24 August.
Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 November 2022
Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka & King Rodney Park/Ityamai-itpina