The Superjesus to headline Adelaide’s BBF HomeBrewed festival

Taking place in December

The Superjesus will headline the first edition of Adelaide’s newest music festival, BBF HomeBrewed. Billed as the “sibling of winter heavyweight Beer & BBQ Festival”, the inaugural HomeBrewed will take place from December 4-6 at Adelaide Showground.

A range of local talent will join The Superjesus at the festival, including West Thebarton, Towns, Wolf & Cub and Stabbitha & The Knifey Wifeys.

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Weezer, who claim to be Australia’s only Weezer tribute act, will also perform.


Most of the festival’s bands will perform on its first two nights, with The Superjesus set to take the stage on the Saturday evening. The festival’s full performance schedule is yet to be released.

The organisers of Beer & BBQ Festival appear to have launched HomeBrewed in response to their regular event’s cancellation in 2020. Beer & BBQ Festival usually takes place in July, however, the coronavirus pandemic prompted organisers to scrap it this year.

Like the popular Beer & BBQ Festival, BBF HomeBrewed promises to showcase South Australia’s finest brewers and barbecue artisans alongside its lineup of homegrown musical talent.

The fledgling festival will also feature a chili eating competition, beer bod wet t-shirt championships, a ‘sneaky tiki bar’ and more.


Tickets to BBF HomeBrewed are on sale now.