Strawberry Fields 2016 Offical Aftermovie

"The smiles, the sunburn, the sounds, the sky and the clouds. The strangers, the friends, and the foreigners. The driving, the dancing, the laughing, and the falling over in the dark. The campsite envy, the forgetting of socks, the lack of ice and surplus of dirt. These are the things which will define the greatest weekend of your life. Welcome to the wild world of Strawberry Fields."

Return to the wildlands with this sun drenched look back at this year's Strawberry Fields festival. Strawberry Fields is an annual celebration of art, sound and creative expression held for three days each November, a few hours outside of Melbourne, Australia. Each year we bring you a diverse selection of both renowned and breakthrough electronic music from both Australia and overseas.

We would like to acknowledge that this festival is on the traditional lands of the Yorta Yorta. We pay respect to their ancestors and elders past and present. We also thank the town of Tocumwal and the Berrigan Shire, without whom this event would not be possible.

Filmed and edited by John Fish (

Super Flu - Between 3/4 Bars (Hommage)
Max Graef - Jacksonville (Melbourne Deepcast)

Strawberry Fields
16-19 November 2017

Strawberry Fields announces brand new venue!

As if three days in the bush, Booka Shade, and art straight from Burning Man aren’t enough to convince you, Strawberry Fields has just announced an exciting new venue. 

After four years at a wild bush location just outside of Tocumwal, this homegrown festival has grown and grown, prompting the move to an expanded location for 2015. 

Those who loved the wildlands of previous editions of the festival won’t be disappointed – the new venue is only a few short minutes from the former location in Tocumwal, but boasts some very cool new features.

With a huge stretch of direct river frontage, patrons will be able to cool off in the waters of the Murray River on those hot summer days. When it comes to camping, you can now choose between the expansive and grassy fields of the Southern Savannah, with wilder bushland camping under the eucalypts in the Northern Forests.­ival