Organisers of Strawberry Fields festival have recently released the phase 1 line-up for 2022. The 3-day music, arts & camping festival takes place from 28 – 30 October, located by the Murray River in New South Wales.
The music is completely unique in its own right at Strawberry. Depending on your mood, festival-goers can choose from five different ‘wild’ stages: ‘The Wildlands’, ‘The Grove’, ‘Deep Jungle’, ‘The village’, or ‘The Beach’.
From live jazz quartets to your favourite disco DJs, expect everything from techno, house, hip-hop, funk, experimental and beyond, with musical legends playing alongside emerging new artists – from both Australia and overseas.
Just a few acts from the phase 1 line-up include Horse Meat Disco, Moodymann, Acid Pauli, Ash Lauryn, Daddy G (from Massive Attack), DJ Python (US), and EFFY (UK).
Strawberry is as much about partaking in self-care as it is about dancing away the night. Attendees’ can explore worldly traditions and culture… from the ancient tea ceremony to Moroccan bedouin lounges and the beautiful Bush Spa.
In addition to the music and rustic chilled-out vibe, there are also various art installations, a vibrant market, workshops, massages, and so much more to enjoy over this 3-day weekend!
Strawberry Fields aftermovie (2019)
Tickets & essential info
Strawberry Fields 2022 will take place from 28–30 October. The festival is located in Tocumwal by the Murray River, a town in the southern Riverina region of New South Wales near the Victorian border.
At the time of writing, tickets were on 2nd 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.
Note: Organisers advise attendees’ NOT to purchase tickets anywhere other than Humanitix, as you won’t be protected against potential ticket scams.
Strawberry Fields 2022 lineup (flyer)
Don’t forget to check out other upcoming dance & electronic music festivals in Australia via our Aussie Festivals feed. Image credits: Strawberry Fields Festival