Jaumafest, Cherry Harvest Festival
JaumaFest is an annual celebration of Cherry Harvest at Jauma Farm in the Adelaide Hills.
JaumaFest, Cherry Harvest Festival at Jauma Farm.
A community festival on Peramangk Country, Lenswood, Adelaide Hills.
Saturday & Sunday 16/17 December 2023. 11:00am-9pm.
Pick-Your-Own Organic Cherries for your Christmas feast. Our orchard bears 10 cherry varieties, and has been NASAA Certified Organic since 2009. Get a box, roam and taste the orchard, and collect your cherries to take home- $15/KG
Live Music & DJs all weekend ~ Get your dancing shoes on and enjoy an incredible line up of artists in the outdoor festival amphitheatre.
Jauma Wine Bar, local beer and cider.
Christmas Markets ~ find some treasures from local creatives and makers.
Food Vendors and Picnic ~ grab something delicious from our food trucks or bring your own picnic (food only, no BYO alcohol).
Yoga ~ a beautiful way to begin your festival- gentle movement, breath and meditation, with local community group Forest Range Yoga.
Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony, celebrating Indigenous culture and storytelling.
Fairygarten- Kid's Workshops by Mini Mad Things & guest appearance from Santa!
JaumaFest is a grassroots festival created in 2021 by us, James and Sophie Erskine.
JaumaFest evolved from our wish of offering a nature immersion experience, building relationship to land and food source, and creating space for community connection. Jaumafest is an inclusive, safe and diverse space for all members of our community.
We believe community resilience and collaboration is central to building a sustainable future.
It is our hope that JaumaFest offers space to connect people from far and wide in support of local arts, music, farmers and producers, held with deep respect for the traditional custodians of Peramangk Country, and their ongoing relationship to this land we gather on.
Join us in December for this wonderful gathering, bring your friends and family and meet some amazing people.
Collect your season's cherries from our certified organic orchard, then chill out on the hill and listen to amazing live music with a glass or two of cold fizzy natural wine. Bring a picnic rug and some snacks, and enjoy, we look forward to seeing you there!
MUSIC LINE UP
|SCHEDULE||SATURDAY 16TH DECEMBER||SUNDAY 17TH DECEMBER|
|11:30am||Gentle Yoga||Gentle Yoga|
|12pm||Cosmic Ocean (Sound Meditation)||Cosmic Ocean (Sound Meditation)|
|1pm||Cosmo Thundercat||High Purr|
|2pm||Draw Your (S)words (poetry & spoken word)||Draw Your (S)words (poetry & spoken word)|
|3pm||Erin Buku||Wake in Fright|
|4pm||Dave Booth, Welcome to Country Ceremony||Dave Booth, Welcome to Country Ceremony|
|5pm||Anya Anastasia||Naomi Keyte|
|6pm||Inkswel (DJ)||Mr. John B2B Skorpion King (DJ)|
|7pm||Bortier Okoe||Rob Edwards|
|8pm||SJADO (DJ)||Mr. John B2B Skorpion King (DJ)|
EAT & DRINK
Wild Woodfired Pizza
Hokey Pokey Icecream
Little Bang Brewing Company
Mischief Brew (Non alcohol beverages)
The Knot Revival
Brioni Pridham Ceramics
Miwako Udea and Shinya
Adieu Bonjour Bookshop
Kahika Art - Woodwork & Design
Rebecca Peters Art
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION
- Accessible Pricing tickets- We have set aside 30 tickets each day as sliding scale, and trust these will find their way to those who need them.
- All First Nations friends are welcome at Jaumafest for free, please select this in the ticket section.
- Pay it Forward- Proceeds from the Jaumafest and raffle ticket sales will be donated to our three chosen organisations:
UNICEF Australia: Children of Gaza Crisis Appeal
Hutt St Center: Homelessness support in Adelaide CBD
NPY Women's Council, (Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Women's Council) Led by women's law, authority and culture to deliver health, social and cultural services across NPY Communities.
If you wish to add to these fundraisers you can donate at the checkout. Thank you for your generosity and for helping us to make Jaumafest's contribution greater!