Nile Rodgers & Chic, Beck Confirmed For 2023 Harvest Rock Festival
Nile Rodgers and Chic, Jamiroquai and Beck will headline this year’s Harvest Rock Festival In Adelaide, Australia. It’s been 12 years since Jamiroquai has visited Australia, so this is one not to be missed. Beck, meanwhile, will be headlining Sunday with his complete band, Rodgers and Chic will be headlining the Harvest Stage.
On top of these legends, there is a veritable slew of local legends, including South Australian local and ARIA Hall of Fame inductee Paul Kelly. Other ARIA award winners playing include Chet Faker, Julia Jacklin and Baker Boy. Visit the event’s official website for further information.
The list goes on, with Ocean Alley, Bad//Dreems, Thelma Plum, and Vera Blue on the lineup. The Rolling Stones Revue, made up of Tim Rogers (You Am I), Adalita (Magic Dirt) and Tex Perkins, bring the Stones classics to life with powerful humour and respect.
Elsewhere, legendary US act Sparks, based around brothers Ron and Russell Mael, will also make the trip to South Australia. The sounds of Sparks have now been shaping the music landscape for over five decades and the band’s recent album, The Girl Is Crying In Her Latte, has received some of the best reviews of the band’s career.
Secret Sounds Co-CEO, Jessica Ducrou said in a statement, “Harvest Rock is back! We are so excited to present another weekend of incredible music, food, wine, and good times at Harvest Rock II. We’ve lined up some of the world’s most iconic international artists, alongside stellar talent from our own shores, and paired it with the best food and wine offerings from South Australia.
“At Harvest Rock there’s something for everyone; enjoy our cellar door pop-up, or an exclusive lunch at the pop-up ‘Wildwood’ restaurant by Jake Kellie. We have Little Harvest for the little ones and The Grape Escape wellness precinct for those wanting some well-deserved R&R. Join us in October and experience Harvest Rock II in all its glory.”