Harvest Rock II: Tickets to see Jamiroquai, Beck, Nile Rodgers, Santigold and more are on sale now

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Harvest Rock II: Tickets to see Jamiroquai, Beck, Nile Rodgers, Santigold and more are on sale now

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Catch Jamiroquai, Beck, Nile Rodgers, Santigold, Paul Kelly, Ocean Alley and more at Adelaide's renowned festival of sound and taste.

The Harvest Rock lineup is huge! Whether you’re in SA, VIC or anywhere else in this wide brown land, you’re going to want to check out the ticket page here before they sell out entirely.

Harvest Rock returns to Murlawirrapurka & Ityamai-Itpina / Rymill & King Rodney Parks in downtown Adelaide from October 28 – 29.

Harvest Rock II 2023 lineup

  • Bad//Dreems
  • Baker Boy
  • Beck (Australian exclusive)
  • Bright Eyes
  • Built To Spill
  • Chet Faker
  • Chromeo
  • Flight Facilities (Decades DJ set)
  • Jamiroquai (Australian exclusive)
  • Julia Jacklin
  • Ladyhawke
  • Nile Rodgers & Chic
  • Ocean Alley
  • Paul Kelly
  • Sam Barber
  • Santigold
  • Sparks
  • The Lemon Twigs
  • The Rolling Stone Revue
  • Thelma Plum
  • Vera Blue
  • Warpaint

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An all-star international lineup

Headliners include funk, soul, and acid jazz master, Jamiroquai and their timeless classics like Cosmic Girl and Canned Heat—this boogie is about to get real!

Then there’s eight-time Grammy-winner Beck, disco superstars Nile Rodgers & Chic, Canadian electro-funk duo Chromeo, star hip-hop, dance fusion artist Santigold, the legendary Sparks (stars of Edgar Wright’s recent acclaimed documentary The Sparks Brothers), 90s alt-rock favourites Built to Spill, Bright Eyes and The Lemon Twigs, plus US country music star Sam Barber, just to get started.

Australian legends young and old

Plus a very star-studded Australian lineup, led by the legendary Paul Kelly, the first Chet Faker shows in Australia since 2019, globally popular Ocean Alley, chart-topping Julia Jacklin, Vera Blue, Baker Boy, and The Rolling Stone Revue—featuring Adalita of Magic Dirt, Tex Perkins, and Tim Rogers of You Am I, who will deliver a full-blown rock n’ roll spectacle with the Rolling Stones’ greatest hits.

South Australia’s finest food and beverage

Of course, it wouldn’t be Harvest Rock without indulging in South Australia’s finest food and beverage offerings. Feastiville, a curated village of Adelaide’s best restaurants and eateries, will delight food connoisseurs again.

Enjoy the return of Wildwood, an exclusive sit-down restaurant presented by world-renowned chef and co-owner of Arkhé, Jake Kellie. The Hello Chef Stage will feature collaborations between top chefs, mixologists, and musical talents from the lineup.

With destination bars curated by acclaimed Australian wine critic Nick Stock, and bespoke beverages from Archie Rose Distilling Co. Wine enthusiasts can explore South Australia’s wine regions at the Harvest Rock II Cellar Door pop-up and even have their favourite bottle delivered directly to their doorstep.

If you’re a five-star kind of guy, there’s the option to bask in the luxury of the VIP Village and Harvest Lounge or opt for an exclusive private Suite overlooking the Harvest Stage. The Platinum ticket, the crème de la crème of festival passes, includes access to a personal concierge, front-of-stage viewing areas, a personal cocktail bar, and curated food offerings—all while enjoying the breathtaking view of the Harvest Stage from a private balcony.

There’s also heaps of activities for the little ones, with their own dedicated mini-festival for the ankle-biters, Little Harvest. For those seeking a moment of tranquillity amid the excitement, The Grape Escape, Harvest Rock II’s wellness centre, offers an oasis of hot chai and tarot readings.

Grab tickets here.