NSW music and arts festival Strawberry Fields will celebrate its 11th birthday this year, not with a letter from Hogwarts but with a massive line-up that organisers have announced today.
The boutique event has confirmed a star-studded punnet of artists, including the likes of Milan Ring, German-born DJ Gerd Janson, Vancouver duo Bob Moses, the UK’s Leon Vynnehall and a whole lot more, are set to take over the banks of the Murray River from 29 November – 1 December.
Here’s the first line-up announcement:
Alfa Mist (Live), Animals Dancing, Ausecuma Beats (Live), Avantdale Bowling Club (Live), Bebetta, Bob Moses (Live), Club Coco ft. CC:Disco! & Raphaël Top Secret, Derrick May, DRMNGNOW (Live) + curation by Still Here, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks (Live), Gerd Janson, Gordon Koang (Live), Interstellar Fugitives, Katie Drover, KMLN (Live), Kornél Kovács, Leon Vynehall, Margaret Dygas, Mark Farina Mushroom Jazz, Martha Van Straaten, Merve, Milan Ring (Live), Mildlife (Live), Millú, Moxie, Nuguinea (Live), Octo Octa B2B Eris Drew, Oliver Huntemann, Oliver Koletzki, Oscar Jerome (Live), Peach, Poranguí (Live), Roza Terenzi (Live), Saorise, Session Victim (Live), Shanti Celeste, Simo Cell, Stavroz (Live), Tiana Khasi (Live), Wata Igarashi, Wax’o Paradiso, Young Marco
Early bird and first-round tickets sold out in record time, and that was before any artists had been announced, so you might want to set a reminder for 13 June when final release tickets go on sale.
A second round of artists will drop this August.