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Strawberry Fields 2018

Strawberry Fields

Thursday 16 August 2018 - Saturday 18 August 2018

Just Announced

Strawberry Fields, the annual celebration of art, music and the wild outdoors, turns 10 in 2018 and to commemorate this glorious decade, festival organisers are planning a party for the ages.

Located in a lush outdoor setting on the banks of the Murray River, the boutique festival has grown from its humble beginnings of less than 1000 punters in 2009, to an expected 8,000 this year. Strawberry Fields has become a fixture on the Australian summer calendar after pioneering the introduction of more diverse electronic artists to the bush for the first time. Over the last decade Floating Points, Tycho, Moodymann, Booka Shade, Stephan Bodzin, Apparat, Carl Craig, HUNEE, Nightmares on Wax & Mr Scruff and many more have all made their Australian bush debut in the so called “wildlands”.

This year, Strawberry Fields are thrilled to welcome, and announce the first artist on the line-up, Miss Honey Dijon (Classic Records - US).

Honey Dijon has carved a distinct niche for herself in the world of underground electronic music, coming to be associated with exquisitely curated cross-genre sets and total dance-floor chaos wherever she plays - from Berghain to Space or Smart Bar. As a producer, her reputation for bringing this knowledge to her forward thinking creations is growing all the time. There’s no doubt this will be one of the weekend’s highlights and one that will be remembered for years to come.


Head to the Facebook page here for all the details and to keep abreast on all the artist announces.

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