NSW music and arts festival Strawberry Fields will celebrate 10 years in style this November, today announcing a massive 2018 line-up.
After confirming US artist Honey Dijon as the first act for 2018 earlier this month, the boutique event has confirmed a star-studded batch for the full first announcement, all set to take over the banks of the Murray River from 16 – 18 November.
This year’s bill is packed with international heavyweights, with Honey Dijon joined by renowned Chicago techno producer and Grammy-nominated artist Carl Craig, Oakland Americana group Dirtwire, UK artist Sasha, Hessle Audio co-founder Pearson Sound, Germany ambient techno musician Move D and more.
Here’s the full line-up announcement:
30/70, Andhim, Andy Garvey, Bella Sarris, Blond:ish, Carl Craig, CC:DISCO!, Chancha via Circuito, Dirtwire, DJ J'NETT, DJ Nobu, DJ Seinfeld, HAAi, Heidi, Henry Wu, Hiatus Kaiyote, Hoj, Honey Dijon, LUNA-EXCHANGE (Horatio Luna & Zeitg eist Freedom Energy Exchange), Jaala, Jayda G, Jim pster, Ka iit, Kamaal Williams, Lonely C, Max Graef, Minilogue, Move D, Nicola Cruz, Oona Dahl, Out Of Sorts, Orpheu The Wizard, Pearson Sound, Peter Van Hoesen, Pjenné, POW! Negro, The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, Rival Consoles, Sasha, The Senegambian Jazz Band, Third Son, Township Rebellion, Wax'o Paradiso, Willow
It took less than an hour for early bird and first-round tickets to sell out, and that was before any artists had been announced, so you might want to set a reminder for June 26 when final release tickets go on sale.
Head over to the Strawberry Fields website for more details.