Written by Mike Hohnen on June 27, 2013
It’s a big day for Harvest Festival 2013, and the line up has already firmed up before the official announcement set to drop at some point today – The Eels have self-confirmed their involvement earlier this morning.
UPDATE: The full line up for the 2013 Harvest Festival is here!
The band took to their Facebook page to confirm that they are “scheduled to perform at the Harvest Festival in Australia” before listing the dates they will be performing. The band then directs fans to where they can buy tickets, prompting them to a link which lists their head-spinning international touring schedule. The band are clearly in high demand following the 2013 deluxe release of their album Wonderful, Glorious.
So far, we have two acts confirmed for the festival inspired by the culture of similar events on Europe. Eels join Neutral Milk Hotel as the only bands so far confirmed but according to organisers, we will soon be able to marvel and the full line up which will be delivered later today via triple j.
Don’t worry if you miss it, we’ve got your back. Check in for more updates.
Gallery: Festival Lineups to get excited about – July-December 2013
Warped - Promoter AJ Maddah has promised the line-up for the returning festival will be with us by mid to late June, but since announced on Twitter that the announcement is coming 10th July! We're looking at our calendars, AJ...
Fat As Butter - This year's line-up has been delayed twice, rumoured to be caused by the expansion to a camping festival, but has now been given an announce date of 23rd July. Last year's headliners: 360, Grinspoon, Mystery Jets
Soundwave - Expect a first announce this August for the February festival but rumours are already flying thick and fast. 2013 headliners: Metallica, Linkin Park, Blink-182
Meredith - The discerning music lover's festival normally drops the names of the main players in mid-August. Last year's headliners: Primal Scream, Spiritualized,
Woodford - The folk festival will be telling us who's playing in October. Last year's highlights: Angus & Julia Stone, Hermitude, Jeff Martin, Kate Miller-Heidke
Falls - The NYE party in Lorne and Marion Bay made its first announcement in early July last year, so we could have the first lot of names any day now. Last year's headliners: The Hives, The Flaming Lips, Coolio
Stereosonic - Stereosonic is expanding to a 2-day event this year, with the line-up announce set for next Thursday, 4th July. Last year's headliners: Tiesto, Avicii, Calvin Harris
Field Day - If last year is anything to go by, we won't be seeing a line-up for the Sydney New Year's Day party by the Fuzzy team until October. Last year's headliners: Two Door Cinema Club, Hot Chip,
Summadayze - The first announce for the Melbourne New Year's Day mainstay should happen mid-September. Last year's headliners: The Chemical Brothers, M.I.A, Mark Ronson
Pyramid - The New Year's Eve event should reveal its line-up in late August. Last year's headliners: Tame Impala, Karnivool, 360
Shore Thing - Wanna know who you'll be ringing in the new year with at Bondi? Organisers Fuzzy will let us know in September. Last year's headliners: Chemical Brothers, Knife Party, Fedde Le Grand
Laneway - It's a late September, early October announce for the festival born in a Melbourne laneway and now taking over the world. This year's headliners: Alt-J, Of Monsters And Men, Flume
Golden Plains - Meredith's baby sister announces her line-up in late October but there's sure to be a few leaks in the preceding months. This year's headliners: Cat Power, Dinosaur Jr, Tallest Man On Earth
Future Music - The festival takes place in February and March and the line-up normally comes our way in October. This year's headliners: Stone Roses, The Prodigy, PSY
Big Day Out - Of course, who could forget BDO? The first announce for the summer festival should be coming our way in late September. This year's headliners: Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs