Vintage Vibes, South Australia’s Newest Two-Day Music Festival Announces A Stellar Line-Up For Its Inaugural Festival

Vintage Vibes, South Australia’s newest two-day music festival set for the Adelaide Hills on April 1st & 2nd, today announces a stellar line-up for its inaugural festival, headlined by multi-ARIA Award-winning artists, Gang of Youths, Tash Sultana, Angus & Julia Stone, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, The Temper Trap and Hermitude.

Boasting a line-up that also includes Middle Kids, George Alice, Jess Day, West Thebarton, Donny Benet, Leo Sayer, Adrian Eagle, Kanada The Loop, We Move Like Giants, and Wanderers, Vintage Vibes is set to be two glorious days of music, food, drink and activations, all culminating in the excitement of a major city festival within the relaxed atmosphere of the Adelaide Hills.

Curated by Blake Gilchrist; the music curator for Adelaide Festival, Gilchrist said that Vintage Vibes is set to redefine the idea of a winery festival in South Australia.

“I’m really excited to offer South Australia a world-class, multi-day festival in Vintage Vibes, not only with a truly amazing artistic line-up, but one that is set to accentuate the Adelaide Hills region,” said Vintage Vibes Director, Blake Gilchrist

“We have undoubtedly delivered a truly international standard line-up, consisting of nearly 100% Australian artists and over 50% South Australian. Where else can you see artists like Gang of Youth, Tash Sultana and Angus & Julia Stone play alongside hometown heroes Adrian Eagle, Wanderers, and We Move Like Giants.

“The Adelaide Hills has some of the most beautiful wineries and food producers alongside some of the most picturesque countryside in Australia, and we are excited to soon announce a complete food, drink and activation program as we cannot wait to showcase the best of the region.”

South Australia’s Minister for Arts, Andrea Michaels says, The South Australian Government – through the Music Development Office – is proud to support Vintage Vibes, a new music festival launching in South Australia in 2023.

“Live music is an integral part of our state’s culture and has a significant impact on our wellbeing and economy, which is why I look forward to seeing a festival of this scale getting out of the city and heading to our world-renowned wine region.

“It’s also fantastic to see a grant recipient from the South Australian Government’s $10 million See It LIVE package come to life, providing a platform for South Australian artists who make up a majority of the line-up. We’re committed to supporting the recovery of the live music industry in this state and Vintage Vibes is one of many exciting events popping up on South Australia’s music calendar in 2023.”

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