With the weather starting to cool down, retreating into days of binge watching Game of Thrones and eating ourselves into hibernation is becoming the reg. Let's be honest, its pretty grim (GoT is great, but still). Luckily for us the A Day on the Green line up has dropped and it's looking fine as hell! (Inspiring us to make a playlist to keep us keen throughout winter).
Boasting a line up consisting of You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait, Jebediah and The Meanies, how could we not be keen? To top it off, the location is the Peter Lehmann Winery in the Barossa. The show just goes from strength to strength. As put by You Am I’s Tim Rogers:
“To play anywhere, anytime is a gas, but to play with friends in wineries? That’s high falutin' nuclear blast potential.”
With the show set to take place on the 19th of November, you've got plenty of time to make plans and grab tickets! Maybe even make a weekend out of it, the Barossa has a few great places for accommodation.
Where: Peter Lehmann Winery, the Barossa Valley.
When: 19th of November.
Prices: $99.90-$199.90 depending on experience.
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