Hiatus Kaiyote, Cut Copy, SHOUSE & Choir headline Strawberry Fields lineup
30.09.2021

Hiatus Kaiyote, Cut Copy, SHOUSE & Choir headline Strawberry Fields lineup

Strawberry Fields

The massive two-weekender Strawberry Fields 2022 lineup has dropped after selling out in 60 seconds mid-pandemic last year.

Aussies will be heading back to the Wildlands for one of the best festival zones on earth in 2022, however this time it will be across two weekends thanks to COVIDsafe capacity limits.

That’s opened the door for a massive, diverse lineup as the electronic festival continues to branch out into other directions with the likes of Hiatus Kaiyote, Baker Boy and King Stingray gracing the bill among others.

What you need to know

  • The Strawberry Fields lineup has finally dropped but it’s already sold out
  • It will be held across two weekends: March 25 – 27 & April 1 – 3  2022
  • Ticket holders will get to preference which weekend they attend

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Strawberry will take place over two weekends (March 25-27 & April 1-3 2022), at 50% of their normal capacity each weekend.

While that means a more intimate affair, the organisers promise the festival area will be in full swing as normal – i.e. multiple wild stages, installations, a vibrant market, workshops, the Tea Lounge, Bush Spa, Gallery and Mirage Motel. It will also feature an all-Aussie lineup.

“We’re so grateful to our fans, artists, staff and Tocumwal for enduring with us over the past 18 months of constant uncertainty and pivots. It’s clear how desperate everyone is for the opportunity to come together as a community and enjoy music and art again. We take this responsibility seriously, and will be doing everything in our power to deliver an unforgettable experience,” says Strawberry co-promoter Tara Benney.

“We know your head is probably exploding with questions about tickets and logistics – don’t worry. You will be able to preference a weekend, and you are guaranteed a full refund (ex. booking fee) if you don’t get the one you want. There will also be second chances to pick up tickets to your preferred weekend once we open resales closer to the event. There is also plenty of time – we won’t start the allocation process until we have shared with you the line up for each weekend.”

After selling out in 60 seconds in January 2021, without a line up, mid pandemic, after two date changes, a new format announcement, the festival hopes to repay their patrons’ faith:

WEEKEND ONE

30/70

Ajak Kwai

Akosia

Aria

Ayebatonye

Baker Boy

Black Jesus Experience

Cinta T

Close Counters

Cut Copy [DJ Set]

Dean Turnley

Digital Afrika

DJ Bertie

DJ Luv You

DJ PGZ

Donny Benet

Doppel

Doppel & Child

Eden Burns

FHUO pres. Fia Fiell, Louis McCoy, Raag & Rev Lon

FOSHE

Glass Beams

Havana Meets Kingston

Honeysmack

IN2STELLAR

IZY

Kee’ahn

King Stingray

Late Nite Tuff Guy

Market Memories

Merve

Moe Aloha

Mood Swing & Chevy Bass

Moontide Ensemble

Nomadic Rhythms

OJ KUSH

Rona

Roy Blues

Sleep D

SO.Crates

Sriracha

Still Here pres. Allara, Bumpy, DRMNGNOW, Water Streets

Surprise Chef

Suseri

The New Language

The Regime

Tornado Wallace

Uone

Wax’o Paradiso

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WEEKEND TWO

Adriana

Akosia

Bec Grenfell

Big Susan

Boogs

Cinta T

Close Counters

Digital Afrika

DJ Luv You

Don Glori

Donny Benet

Ehsan Gelsi pres. The Oolluu

FHUO pres. Aera, Chomley, Louis McCoy & Sophie Macalister.

Hiatus Kaiyote

Ignaysh

IN2STELLAR

IZY

Jack Nelson

Jennifer Loveless

King Sally

King Stingray

Luke Vecchio

Manchild b2b Miss Goldie

Merve

Moktar

Mood Swing & Chevy Bass

Moontide Ensemble

Mr Pitiful

OJ KUSH

Roy Blues

Sam Alfred

SHOUSE & the Communitas Choir

Sleep D

SO.Crates

SOJU Gang

Steve Ward

Still Here pres. Allara, Bumpy, DRMNGNOW, JK-47, Paul Gorrie

Sunnyside

Surprise Chef

Tahina Arena

The Journey

The Regime

The Rookies pres. Glass Beams, Middle Name Dance Band, Natalie Slade, Proto Moro, The Rest is Silence, DJ Zepherin Saint

The Seven Ups

Toni Yotzi

Tornado Wallace

Wax’o Paradiso

Wilma