Boy George and Culture Club are coming to the Barossa!
“Karma Chameleon”….. “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya” …..“Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”
In the biggest event at Seppeltsfield for 2016, 1980s iconic pop group Culture Club will be live at Seppeltsfield, in a twilight concert Friday 9th December.
This is South Australia’s one and only Culture Club performance – led by pop phenomena Boy George – as they return to Australia for a national Encore Tour.
Joining Culture Club will be fellow 80s bands 1927, Pseudo Echo and Real Life, who will set the scene for a night of 1980s nostalgia amongst the stunning Seppeltsfield gardens.
Grab some friends, make it a weekend in the Barossa and get set for a party atmosphere. Dine at Fino then head across the lawns to the concert, but you will need to be quick.
Tickets available at Ticketmaster.
Shakespeare in the Vines
This is Shakespeare with a twist! Performed by nationally acclaimed Essential Theatre from Melbourne, this event has been held annually at Seppeltsfield Winery for over 14 years on the Saturday of the January Australia Day weekend.
Audience numbers are limited to 400 people, so early bookings are recommended. A great night of food, wine, music and light hearted theatre to share with friends.
Next performance: Much Ado About Nothing
Date: Saturday 28th January 2017 (Australia Day Weekend).
Time: Food & wine available from 5.00pm for a 6.30pm performance.
2017 Barossa Vintage Festival
This is an iconic event held every two years since 1947. Five days of special events and celebrations embracing the very best of everything in the Barossa. Food, wine, community, music, culture and FUN!!!
Accommodation sells out fast to an international, national and local audience so don’t leave your plans until the last minute.
Held over five days, 19 – 23 April 2017, visit Barossa.com for further details as they are released. The Vintage Festival programme will be launched December 6th 2016.