Saturday October 2 – Sandalford Estate, Swan Valley, WA
Saturday October 9 – Roche Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW
Saturday October 16 – Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley, VIC
After a COVID-induced hiatus, Grapevine Gathering is back and just as full-bodied as ever before. This October around Australia, Grapevine Gathering will offer up a myriad of the ripest local talent which will be complemented by the finest local food and produce on offer and of course a selection of the tastiest drops from each respective region.
Ex-tradies turned instagram celebrities ‘The Uninspired Unemployed’ will be hosting Grapevine Gathering and performing changeover DJ sets around the country. The duo started their instagram account during COVID out of boredom sharing hilarious skits and videos. They now have almost a million followers, have quit their day jobs as tradies, and have collaborated with the likes of Vogue, GQ and Louis Vuitton.
The Jungle Giants
Rest For The Wicked
+ More TBA
Hosted by The Inspired Unemployed
Located in the picturesque wine regions, partygoers will be treated to lush vineyards, rolling lawns and world-class wine. Situated in tranquil and picturesque surrounds, Grapevine Gathering will be returning to its home in the Yarra Valley.
Making its return to the legendary Roche Estate in NSW, the world-class concert venue is situated in the heart of the Hunter Valley providing partygoers with the perfect getaway.
Situated on the scenic doorstep of the Swan Valley in WA, Sandalford’s picturesque gardens, alfresco amphitheatre and expansive vineyard are in a class of their own. Just 25 minutes away from Perth, the lush vineyard is the perfect location for a wine and music pairing.
Grapevine Gathering is by Untitled Group – the same organisers of four-day New Year’s Eve Festival Beyond the Valley, as well Ability Fest their collaboration with Paralympian of the year Dylan Alcott, lifestyles and event series For The Love, electronic music festival Pitch Music & Arts, Wildlands, and more.
Just like the fine wine you’ll be sipping on, Grapevine’s musical talent has been designed to be the perfect pairing. The best in Australian talent have been hand-crafted for ultimate pleasure and an aftertaste you’ll never forget.
Peking Duk are renowned for giving you high energy dancefloor anthems for the good times. While we have always loved them as a loose-unit electronic act, the moment Adam and Reuben emerged from behind the decks and channelled their antics into the glorious shitstorm of energy that is a Peking Duk live show, they became legend.
With well over 300 million streams worldwide and growing, The Jungle Giants are fast becoming an unstoppable force. Known for delivering explosive high-energy live performances. With headline festival performances under their belt and a rapidly growing international fan base, The Jungle Giants have cemented themselves as one of the biggest independent acts in Australia.
The metamorphosis of gifted folk singer/songwriter Celia Pavey into the electro pop powerhouse Vera Blue has been as visually electrifying as it has musically scintillating.
It began with the release of her rapturously received debut album ‘Perennial’. The album saw Vera Blue play 5 completely sold out Australian tours, European/UK and USA dates, and multiple festivals including Lollapalooza and Splendour in the Grass.
Coming back onto everyone’s radars after their song ‘Untouched’ reached new heights as a classic, The Veronicas are riding the wave of a second round of success.
Jessica and Lisa Origliasso, twin girls born on Christmas Day, were teenagers when they moved to LA, signed a record deal with Sire Records and released their first album, The Secret Life Of…. and three top ten singles including the timeless anthem 4Ever.
‘Between You And Me’ is the recently released fourth album from the indie trio. It’s an album two years and at least one sadly remembered love affair in the making. Featuring the singles ‘When I Dream’ and ‘Skin’, both triple j Hottest 100 voted songs, the groove-laden ‘Reasons’ and new singles ‘One The Line’ & ‘Messages’, it’s clear ‘Between You and Me’ tells a widescreen story of loss and letting go.
King Stingray are a four piece from Yirrkala, North-East Arnhem Land. Formed by Yirrŋa Yunupiŋu (nephew of the late Dr M Yunupiŋu – Yothu Yindi frontman) and Roy Kellaway (son of Stu Kellaway – Yothu Yindi founding member and bass player), King Stingray blend ancient indigenous melodies with surf, indie and funk influences to create a genre of their own, Yolŋu surf-rock. Their debut single ‘Hey Wanhaka’ has been met with huge success being added to high rotation on triple j.
Rest For The Wicked
With their debut single on the horizon, Rest For The Wicked are one of the most promising acts in Australia. Think the new school genreless vibe of Dominic Fike and Still Woozy, the conceptual visual alternative pop of Gorillaz and Empire of the Sun, the raw indie energy of Glass Animals, Twenty One Pilots and Mac Demarco. Slowthai. Watch this space.
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