Welcome in summer with a glass of wine and some of Australia's finest rock acts at A Day On The Green in Tasmania.
The music event will take place at Josef Chromy Wines among the beautiful vineyards on Saturday December 8, with legendary Australian rock band Hoodoo Gurus set to take the stage as well as The Angels with Dave Gleeson, Baby Animals, James Reyne and Boom Crash Opera.
ARIA Hall of Famers The Hoodoo Gurus mark a special milestone this year, celebrating the 30 year anniversary since the release of their debut single Leilani.
The Gurus – as they are often coined by their fans – are known for providing the soundtrack for many Australians in the eighties with hits such as My Girl, I Want You Back, Bittersweet and What's My Scene?
To celebrate their 30 year anniversary the Gurus have put together their top singles and 'fan favourites' to release an album compilation of hits, Gold Watch: 20 Golden Greats.
Get in on a stellar experience of A Day On The Green by purchasing tickets for the concert and dining package!
This is an all-inclusive concert and hospitality package which is positioned in the winery restaurant or hospitality marquee, where you can enjoy an exclusive dining experience while also enjoying the concert.
Treat your tastebuds to delicious gourmet food and avoid toilet queue lines outside with designated private toilets, where you have the opportunity to experience the concert in a seated sectioned off area.
If you're wanting to get amongst the crowd, but still have a good view of the stage, you can choose from platinum, gold or silver tickets.
Platinum tickets give access to premium reserved seats in front of the stage, gold tickets give access directly behind and to the side of platinum seats and silver ticket holders are seated behind the gold seats.
Wanting to just relax on your picnic blanket and deck chairs? Then you can purchase a general admission ticket that allows access to an unreserved area that operates on a first come, first served basis.
Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster with general admission $89.90, gold reserve $129, platinum reserve $149 and the concert and dining package $295.