Drapht, Bodyjar join rescheduled Land of Plenty festival lineup
16.09.2021

Drapht, Bodyjar join rescheduled Land of Plenty festival lineup

Land of Plenty Festival

Shepparton’s huge all ages Land of Plenty music festival has been postponed to April 9 2022.

Land of Plenty festival has become the latest victim to the ongoing COVID outbreak with festival organisers postponing the highly anticipated event until April 2022.

Following a successful debut year back in 2019 and its unfortunate postponement in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, the all-ages music festival was originally slated to go ahead in October this year, but will now take to Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday, April 9 2022, giving music lovers something to look forward to in the new year.

Alongside the date change, the festival has also added hip hop legend Drapht and punk rock heroes Bodyjar to the lineup, replacing previously announced acts Thundamental and Thornhill.

What you need to know

  • Land of Plenty Festival postpones event to April 9 2022
  • The festival has also added hip hop legend Drapht and punk rock heroes Bodyjar to the lineup, replacing previously announced acts Thundamental and Thornhill
  • Tickets are still on sale for the rescheduled date

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Serving up a plethora of homegrown acts that Aussie music fans can be proud of, the festival promises something for everyone with their previously announced lineup, headlined by Aussie favourites Ball Park Music and rising phenomenon G Flip, as well as new favourites like Birdz, Unearthed High winners Teenage Joans and rapidly rising new talent Matilda Pearl and Vince the Kid, with a lineup of DJs to be announced soon.

In addition, there will be a performance specialised for this event titled ‘BAIYIYA GARRA presented by STILL HERE’ curated by respected Yorta Yorta artist DRMNGNOW. This special curation will centre on themes of ‘woka’ (country) and Indigenous platform, featuring emerging Yorta Yorta and other First Peoples special guest artists.

This year also sees the launch of the inaugural ‘Pick of the Crop’ competition, a chance for a local artist/band from the Greater Shepparton region to perform on the Land of Plenty main stage alongside this year’s eclectic menagerie of artists. To apply, local artists just need to head to the website, share some of their music with the festival and explain why they would love to play at Land of Plenty.

The single-day festival promises to once again feature a stack of all-star bands and artists, plus a truly wholesome and exciting atmosphere for music-lovers of all ages with art displays, market stalls, gourmet food vans, carnival rides and stacks more.

Tickets are still on sale for the rescheduled date of Land of Plenty Festival in April 2022. If ticket holders are unable to make the rescheduled date, they can contact their ticketing provider for a refund.

Land of Plenty Festival goes down at the Shepparton Showgrounds on Saturday, April 9 2022. You can buy tickets here