One of Australia’s most beloved festivals is back for another year, with the mighty Strawberry Fields dropping their 2019 lineup today.

If you’ve ever felt the urge to head out and catch some stunning Aussie tunes live at a music festival, then you’ve likely found yourself considering heading along to Strawberry Fields.

Back for another year, the veteran festival has today revealed the stunning list of artists you will be joining in Tocumwal, NSW this November.

Featuring a mesmerising mix of international acts like the great Derrick May, Japan’s Wata Igarashi, and the phenomenal Bob Moses, audiences will also be treated to stunning performances from Aussie icons such as DRMGNOW, Milan Ring, Mildlife, Emma Donovan & the PutBacks, and Animals Dancing.

This year’s event is shaping up to be yet another big one, with early bird tickets already having sold out. It all kicks off on Friday, November 29th and runs until Sunday, December 1st, so if you’re keen on heading along, be sure to grab your ticket when they go on sale this Thursday.

Check out the Sound of Strawberry Fields Spotify playlist:

Strawberry Fields 2019 lineup

Alfa Mist (Live)
Animals Dancing
Ausecuma Beats (Live)
Avantdale Bowling Club (Live)
Bob Moses (Live)
Club Coco ft. CC:DISCO! & Raphaël Top Secret
Derrick May
DRMNGNOW (Live) (With curation by Still Here)
Emma Donovan & the PutBacks (Live)
Gerd Janson
Gordon Koang (Live)
Interstellar Fugitives
Katie Drov Er
KMLN (Live)
Kornél Kovács
Leon Vynehall
Margaret Dygas
Mark Farina Mushroom Jazz
Martha Van Straaten
Milan Ring (Live)
Mildlife (Live)
Nu Guinea (Live)
Octo Octa B2B Eris Drew
Oliver Huntemann
Oliver Koletzki
Oscar Jerome (Live)
Poranguí (Live)
Roza Terenzi (Live)
Session Victim (Live)
Shanti Celeste
Simo Cell
Stavroz (Live)
Tiana Khasi (Live)
Wata Igarashi
Wax’o Paradiso
Young Marco

Friday, November 29th – Sunday, December 1st
Tocumwal, NSW
More info: Strawberry Fields

Tickets on sale 9am, Thursday, June 13th

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