Held at the picturesque Lake Breeze Wines, Langhorne Creek, this year's Handpicked Festival looks sure to satisfy with a perfect mix of music, food and wine and a chance to sleep under the stars!
Set as the headline act after performing sold out performances around the world, The Veronicas are setting out to put on an exclusive and electric South Australian show. And heck, we deserve a great show, it’s been a while since their last SA performance, one might say we’re feeling a little Untouched. Alongside them Killing Heidi will be playing their first live performances in a decade and celebrating 20 years since the formation of the band. Next to these two huge acts local Adelaide act Thom Lion & The Tamers will showcase some amazing homegrown talent.
What was that about camping before? This year Handpicked is setting up Tent City. This initiative is all about giving festivals goers a safe place to crash after a day of fun, food and drinking. Plus there's also the more exquisite option of 'glamping', if you're after a little extra style.
As for the taste element of Handpicked, another new element will make an appearance this year, Tasting Trail. Tasting Trail will involve a large range of local Langhorne Creek produce, including wines from Lake Breeze Winery themselves. The festival will be an all immersive, assault for your senses.
Keen to come along? Check out the info below!
Ticket price- $74.95
27 August to 3 September
Ticket price - $84.95
3 September to 11 November
Ticket price - $10
27 August to 11 November
27 August to 11 November
All images sourced from the Handpicked Festival Facebook.
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