Handpicked Festival is probably after my own heart with it’s line-up this year. Throwing themselves the best fifth birthday ever, you can expect to boogie to some of our faves such as Ball Park Music, Alex Lahey and BROODS.
Hosting its biggest line-up yet, Handpicked will be celebrating with some of the biggest Aussies acts of this year, all at the stage at Langhorne Creek’s Lake Breeze Wines on Saturday the 10th of November, 2018.
Been hanging out for some Boy and Bear? You can catch them at Handpicked with this being their only show for 2018 as they prepare for their upcoming album.
“The boys know how to put on a magical live show, plus you can tell that the guys love what they do, making music… They fit our vibe perfectly of magic and music,” said Handpicked creator Kate Cooper.
Missed the stunning Vera Blue when she was down earlier this year? She’ll also be headlining the festival with tracks off her album Perennial.
“Vera Blue is a young, powerhouse with this raw, real sound. She’s also a country girl at heart, so I had to have her on my line up! Us country girls have to stick together.” Continues Kate Cooper.
The Sundance Kids, Neon Tetra, Ollie English and Laura Hill will all be there too for what’s set to be an awesome festival. To tie it all up: expect some award-winning wines, food trucks, a diverse range of local arts, crafts, jewelry and home-wares, and, of course, glamping.
The Handpicked Festival will kick off on Saturday November 10th at Lake Breeze Winery, Langhorne Creek. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased from www.handpickedfestival.com.
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