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May 4, 2023

Harvest Rock will return in 2023

That’s it. That’s the tweet.

  • Words: Johnny von Einem
  • Pictures: Supplied

Good news, music fans: Secret Sounds has announced Harvest Rock will return to Adelaide this year.

What exactly we can expect in this second edition, Secret Sounds has not volunteered much additional information.


Harvest Rock 2023
28—29 October
Murlawirrapurka Rymill and Ityamai-itpina King Rodney parks, Adelaide 5000


Once again, Harvest Rock will take place in the Adelaide Park Lands, across Murlawirrapurka Rymill and Ityamai-itpina King Rodney parks, and it’ll be a two-day happening: Friday and Saturday, 28 and 29 October.

There will be at least two stages, one named Harvest and the other named Vines.

Details get vague beyond this.

The lineup? “Stellar,” according to the press release.

The culinary offerings? “Indulgent” and “top-tier”.

The drinks? Available at “a range of destination bars”.


Because Harvest Rock knows its audience (and that audience is predominantly on the better side of 30), they’ve hinted there’ll be several locations at which attendees can sit for a bit, such as the VIP Village, Harvest Lounge, “Suites” (?), and “the super exclusive Platinum Lounge”.

The rest will remain a mystery until the lineup drops in June, but Secret Sounds co-CEO and Harvest Rock producer Jessica Ducrou is keen to pick up where the first event left off.

“The inaugural Harvest Rock exceeded all our expectations. The vibes were certainly high and we’re so grateful to Adelaide’s music lovers along with music lovers from across the country for embracing the event,” she says.

“We’re excited to follow up with Harvest Rock 2023 in October, bringing more great music to Adelaide and highlighting all that South Australia has to offer.”


Consider this your Harvest Rock Save the Date.

Reminisce on the 2022 Harvest Rock by reading InReview‘s recap.

For upates, follow along on Instagram.

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