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Tune in to the Cleve Harvest Music Fest, 30 October 2021

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District Council of Cleve, Media Release, 10 October 2021

Cleve Harvest Music Fest

Cleve Harvest Music Fest is the newest live music festival on the South Australian calendar, situated in the thriving Eyre Peninsula, agricultural town of Cleve.

An initiative by, District Council of Cleve and Outback PA Hire to bring a festival with a little bit for everyone, featuring national and local music acts, with great food to mark the beginning of the harvest season.

Alana Jagt. Photo: District Council of Cleve

In a big coo for the inaugural festival, the power-pop band, Killing Heidi were announced as the headline act in May to a massive response on social media. Killing Heidi dominated the early 00’s music charts, and with hits like ‘Weir’, ‘Mascara’, ‘Superman/Supergirl’, ‘Live Without It’ and ‘I Am’. After taking a break for a number of years and re-uniting in 2016, Killing Heidi has performed all across Australia, with their high-octane energetic shows!

Supporting Killing Heidi is indie-pop trio and sisters Germein, Adelaide based Funky Monks one of the most passionate Red Hot Chilli Peppers tribute bands around, and locals The Beinke Brothers, Alana Jagt, Critical Limit and Joel Davies.

“Ticket sales have already been flying out the door, with the local community and tourists snapping them up quickly. Capacity restrictions mean we need to cap tickets at 1,000, and at the current rate of sales, we do expect the festival to be a sellout.” – John Simpson, Event Organiser

With 8 hours of music, a variety of food and beverages (strictly no BYO), and free on-site camping, there is a lot to look forward to!

The Beinke Brothers. Photo: District Council of Cleve

The Cleve Harvest Music Fest will take place on the EP Field Days site, Cleve on Saturday 30th October 2021.

Tickets to Cleve Harvest Music Fest are on sale now via Moshtix online at moshtix.com.au

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