The much-anticipated Handpicked Festival has announced its impressive headliner's earlier this month and not one of them will need a single introduction.
Indigenous alt-rock genius Dan Sultan, West Australian five-piece Birds of Tokyo and Brisbane’s rising star Conrad Sewell will front the one-day festival in front of a crowd likely to be in the thousands.
Handpicked Festival Event Manager, Kate Cooper, says, “We are beyond excited to have such amazing Australian artists, whom have international status, playing at this year’s Handpicked Festival.”
“It’s not every day these talented musicians play in regional South Australia… These acts will really help put Lake Breeze Winery and Langhorne Creek on the map,” says Cooper.
Birds of Tokyo are expected to be the highlight after their third studio release album sat firmly in the Australian top 20 for more than eight months, but the thought of a Dan Sultan serenade against the Lake Breeze backdrop is enough to justify the ticket purchase on its own.
Our man Conrad Sewell managed the jaw-dropping feat of topping the iTunes charts in ten countries thanks to his popular single ‘Start Again’ and will have everyone on their feet for his set.
The event, now in its second year, is hosted by Lake Breeze Wines in their beautiful Langhorne Creek surrounds, conveniently less than an hour South-East from Adelaide’s CBD.
The award-winning winery will provide top shelf food and wine for the day, whilst the headline acts and others such as Timberwolf, The Germein Sisters, Indiago and Paige Renee Court do what they do best.
Handpicked Festival tickets can be purchased HERE or MoshTix outlets.
Birds of Tokyo
The Germein Sisters
Paige Renee Court