evokeAG 2023: Down to Earth

21-22 February 2023, 9am-5pm AEDT

evokeAG. is undoubtedly one of Australia’s premier agrifood-tech events. Here, like-minded people across farming, research, investment and innovation – farmers, scientists, corporates, investors, tech developers, food innovators and government representatives – congregate to explore key issues impacting the sector and share information and ideas.

In 2023, the conference theme is ‘Down to Earth’. The focus, states organiser AgriFutures, is on agrifood innovation and technology, and on ‘how the two intersect, complement and challenge our most important assets: farms, soil, water and the planet’.

The agenda

The evokeAG 2023 agenda will explore ‘how farming, tech, science and people collectively have the power to bring innovative ideas to life’, state the organisers.

This year, a new-look program will be a mix of keynote speakers and informative masterclasses,  ‘focused roundtables’  augmenting larger plenary panels, and tech demonstrations of the latest sustainable food products.

Also on the agenda are various sideline activities, including a separately ticketed Welcome Event on the evening of Monday 20 February.

Access the program details here.

Dates and venue

The event will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre in South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide; on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 February 2023, with a separately ticketed Welcome Function on the evening of Monday 20 February.

For more information on the venue, transport, accommodation and sights, click here.

Ticket prices and registration

Ticket prices, per person, for the two-day event, are:

  • Student $440
  • Producer $770
  • Regular $1100
  • International delegate $880. typically a sell-out event and, with an increased number of global delegates anticipated in 2023, the organisers recommend registering early for both the conference and for the separately ticketed evokeAG. Welcome Event on the evening of Monday 20 February.

To purchase tickets, click here.

Lead image: Attendees at a previous evokeAG conference. Credit: AgriFutures