Updated 28th September:
Strawberry Fields has been cancelled due to flooding of the Murray river. To read their full statement, and for refund info, visit their website here. The festival has been rescheduled to 17 – 19 Nov 2023.
Strawberry Fields has announced 30 more acts for the 2022 edition next month, with tickets on final release.
Some of the phase 2 line-up additions include London’s soulful house DJ Shy One, jazz aficionados Claps and kings of b2b2b Sky High Trio – along with a series of exciting stage takeovers.
Note: we break down more about the festival itself in this post from July.
The Deep Jungle stage is back, seeing a school-bus converted into a multi-level mutant rave paradise, not to mention UNO Events are presenting a special Wildlands showcase featuring Dean Turnley, Elliott Creed and Marli, where festival-goers can expect a ‘’solid dance in the dust’’.
Resident Advisor will also host a Saturday takeover with deep cuts of techno, house and all shades in between with Sassy J, DJ Python, Roza Terenzi, EFFY, Claire Morgan, DJ PGZ, Merve, Hyper Binary, SOJU Gang, Millú and Pjenné.
Sounds pretty cool, I’m sure you’ll agree!
Strawberry Fields phase 2 lineup (flyer)
The phase 1 lineup included the likes of Horse Meat Disco, Moodymann, Acid Pauli, Ash Lauryn, Daddy G (from Massive Attack), DJ Python (US), and EFF. Here’s the latest flyer with all the names:
Strawberry Fields aftermovie (2019)
Tickets & essential info
Strawberry Fields 2022 will take place from 28–30 October.
At the time of writing, tickets were on final release, priced at $368 – which is before you add on one of their ‘Glamping’ packages, although obviously you bring your own tent, campervan or caravan, etc. Visit the Strawberry Fields website for more info.
The 3-day music, arts & camping festival is located in Tocumwal by the Murray River, a town in the southern Riverina region of New South Wales near the Victorian border.
Don’t forget to check out other upcoming dance & electronic music festivals in Australia via our Aussie Festivals feed. Image credits: Strawberry Fields Festival