An American music festival dubbed “the world’s premiere showcase of psychadelic rock” is apparently spreading its wings and coming to Australia in 2013.
Harvest Festival 2012
Bit of a heads-up for all you banana benders currently on your way in to check out the sights of Harvest Festival, Brisbane.
Since its announcement early last year, Harvest has progressively grown to become one of Australia’s favourite festivals.
Well it is finally here. All true music lovers will today make the pilgrimage out West to the beautiful Parramatta Park.
Following their recent pull from a scheduled performance at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre, Beirut and Harvest Promoters have announced that the illness within the camp has not passed, and all remaining shows will be cancelled. This is set to include all remaining Harvest performances, even the Sydney leg this weekend, and all headlining shows. Harvest have
Beirut has cancelled his scheduled performance at the Enmore Theatre tonight, Wednesday, November 14, 2012. The cancellation is due to illness. Ticket refunds will be available from the point of purchase. Both Beirut and the promoter offer apologies for the inconvenience to fans. As it currently stands, Beirut will continue to perform as part of
I preface this review with some reservations in regards to last year’s Harvest Music Festival. Indeed, promoter AJ Maddah copped a lot of criticism for one of the most awkwardly run festivals of the year. It had a stellar lineup featuring the greatness of both Portishead and the Flaming Lips, alongside big names TV on
Good news for punters at today’s Harvest Festival leg in Melbourne – Grizzly Bear and Santigold will no longer clash with Beck. Promoter AJ Maddah issued a statement on his Twitter account earlier this hour, saying he has got permission from local authorities to move Grizzly Bear and Santigold’s sets back 30 minutes. See the
So you’ve got a ticket to this year’s Harvest Festival and you’re feeling pretty damn good about it, aye. You’ve got your set times worked out, studied the site map and planned out the best routes between stages, packed some sunscreen, picked an outfit and have cash set aside to avoid the ATM line. You’re
Harvest Festival have announced that 200 extra tickets are currently available for the festival’s second date in Melbourne on November 11 at Werribee Park. Harvest posted the news on the festival’s Facebook page a few hours ago. The announcement reads: BREAKING! LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11! ON SALE NOW! A strictly limited release
Harvest Festival head honcho AJ Maddah has created an air of excitement with a single Twitter post that has led to speculation that either Radiohead or Coldplay may be making a cameo appearance at Harvest. Maddah’s tweet suggests that ‘a few visiting luminaries’ will be hanging around at Harvest Festival 2012, with Maddah concluding, “If
Clearly a very musically occupied person, Daniel Rossen has dug deep into his personal back catalogue to find his most recent offering. The track, which never got named, found its way onto Rossen’s SoundCloud. The singer/songwriter, who features in both Grizzly Bear and Department of Eagles, labelled the song “too old to work on anymore
Fearlessly led into battle by the unparallelled vocal stylings of Nona Marie, Dark Dark Dark have ironically illuminated a world previously cast in the shadow of subpar sonic monotony. The band’s recent release, Who Needs Who, which dropped October 12, has drawn people to them in droves. Now making their maiden voyage to Australia for
Those of you heading to this year’s Harvest Festival can start planning your epic day – with the timetables for next month’s festival released tonight. Harvest will be happening twice in Melbourne (November 10 and 11), before heading to Sydney (November 17) and Brisbane (November 18) the following weekend. Tickets are still available for all
Harvest Festival has amassed an eclectic assortment of artists for its 2012 lineup. Yet despite a varied bill that includes acts as diverse as Beck, Sigur Rós and Beirut, a legitimate argument can be made that perhaps the most marginal music on offer comes in the form of Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane.
In conjunction with her appearance at the glorious Harvest Festival, Philadelphian songstress Santigold will also be making her way through Adelaide and Perth for what is set to be an absolute killer of an Australian Tour.
Beck has announced a one and only sideshow to go alongside his appearance on the Harvest Festival 2012 lineup. The lucky city that gets to enjoy Mr Hansen in a more intimate setting will be Sydney, who can see him at the State Theatre on 14th November. In 1994, at just 24 years old, Beck
The cats behind Harvest Festival have announced the one and only sideshow Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane will be performing while in town. Melbourne will be the city fortunate enough to witness them in a headlining slot.
Well, many of you are going to be very happy to wake up to this news. Harvest have today announced a co-headlining sideshow with The Dandy Warhols and Silversun Pickups.
Having not just survived the 20-year mark, but thriving through the landmark, seminal 90’s outfit Cake have announced their official Harvest Festival headlining sideshows.