All you chardy lovers out there have something to look forward to this upcoming summer… Wine Machine is returning to the McLaren Vale!
Hitting South Australia on December 7th, the festival will be returning to it’s spiritual home with music, wine, and an all Australian line-up. The festival will take place in McLaren Vale in it’s birthplace Serafino Winery. The headliner? Hayden James, with a DJ set to help you boogie the day away.
Joining him is travelling DJ Hot Dub Time Machine, Perth’s electronic juggernauts Crooked Colours, and pop darling Owl Eyes.
“We’re excited to be able to return to the beautiful surrounds of McLaren Vale this December, with a musical lineup that boasts some of the biggest names in Australian music.” says event co-founder DJ Tom Loud (the DJ behind Hot Dub).
“What’s better is that we have some great surprises left to announce over the coming months, including a couple of extra musical acts and we’re upping our food game this year to satisfy the fussiest of wine and food fanatics.”
Bag Raiders, CC:Disco!, Chase Zera and Kristina Jaman are the other artists announced.
Head to wine-machine.com for pre-sale tickets and more information.
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