Feeling good at Inman Valley music festival

Scenes from Field Good Festival in 2018. Photo: Dani Brown.
Scenes from Field Good Festival in 2018. Photo: Dani Brown.

Field Good Festival returns to Alma's Hem Amphitheatre at Inman Valley for its second year this weekend, with both locals and visitors excited for the festivities ahead.

Leading the lineup for the festival on October 5 and 6 is young Melbourne soul singer Kaiit alongside fellow Melbournite rapper-producer Baro.

Also set to play on the Alma's Hem Ampitheatre stage are Alfalfa, Dr Piffle and the Burlap Band, Demon Days, Jesse Davidson, Ricky Albeck and the Belair Line Band, Banana Gun, Bermuda Bay, Beach Leech, Trav Collins, J Hennessy, and Late Night Lew.

Although the headline acts are from interstate, this music and camping festival is designed to show off the array of talent South Australia has in its music scene, in particular the DIY scene.

Field Good Festival set times.

Field Good Festival set times.

The inaugural event last year was huge; the festival sold out and people came from near and far to enjoy good music, food, arts, yoga and company.

Food vans set up onsite will include Gang Gang, Kanso Co, Staazi and Co Vegan Greek, and 21 Junk Street coffee, and South Australian beer and wine will be available from $5.

For more information or to buy final tickets, visit www.fieldgoodfestival.com

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