The raw combination of soul, blues, and a stoic promise to stay true to that old Motown sound, has seen The Tesky Brothers achieve massive acclaim and we are beyond thrilled to reserve a headline spot for the inaugural Out Here In The Field Festival. Their undeniable presence on stage continues to defy expectations around the world, leaving no fan, new or old, untouched by their sound.


After an extensive tour of the US, OHITF are pleased to welcome home Middle Kids in 2022. Fresh off the back of their sophomore release Today We’re The Greatest, the trio’s nostalgic sound continues to blur the great divide between the euphoric and melancholic, with a consistent roster of tracks that continue to impress.


The twenty-something heroine we’ve all been waiting for. Her honest and raw anthems have been impressing punters both in the studio and on stage, selling out every Australian headline show she’s played to date. Calling on influence from everything from Bruce Springsteen, Lianne La Havas and Big Thief, Angie is set to feel right at home Out Here In The Field.


Alternative artist Didirri captivates his peers with his magnetic charisma and honest approach to songwriting. Didirri’s live performances are electric. Confidence without ego, whether together in silence, erupting in singalong or feeling the joy of a moment, although personal, it’s always a shared moment.


The soothing sounds of Andy Golledge make for the perfect backdrop to OHITF. The Tamworth native may be self-described as a gentle soul trapped in a 70s tuna fisherman’s body but... there’s no denying the cohesive connection experienced during one of his coveted live shows.


From the moment acclaimed indigenous artist Emma Donovan teamed up with Melbourne rhythm combo The Putbacks back in 2014, there was absolutely no denying they would be a (soul) force to be reckoned with. Take impassioned songwriting, a dash of optimism, and a whole lot of something special, this is one live experience not to be missed.


The Tinderboxers are an indie rock band from Hobart who have fast established themselves in the Tassie music scene, sharing stages with the likes of Ruby Fields, Maddy Jane, Luca Brasi and Lime Cordiale and receiving National recognition from Triple J.


Zac Henderson joins the lineup on the back of releasing his debut Album, Lay The Stones. The Tasmanian based singer/songwriter delivers soulfully rich folk music, laced in clever lyricism, wit and relatable story telling.