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Grapes of Mirth

12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Sat 07 Sep 2019

After selling out their inaugural Barossa Valley event in 2018, Grapes of Mirth will return to iconic Seppeltsfield Barossa, as part of this year’s Barossa Gourmet Weekend.

“We’re baaaaack! An all new line-up, same awesome vibes with some special additions. Last year’s event was one of my personal favourites, up until the point that I realised Tommy Little IS NOT a young version of me but I AM in fact an OLD version of him! It’s like the bloody Bupa ads”, explained Merrick Watts - Head Clown at Grapes of Mirth.

Host Merrick Watts will be joined on stage by Dilruk Jayasinha (WINNER Most Popular New Talent - 2018 Logie Awards, ‘Utopia’, ‘Have You Been Paying Attention’); Mel Buttle (‘The Great Australian Bake Off’, ‘The Weekly with Charlie Pickering’, ‘Hughesy We Have A Problem’); Harley Breen (‘Taboo’ - 2019 Logie Nominee, WINNER Comic’s Choice - Melbourne Comedy Festival); Celia Pacquola - Star of 'Utopia', a regular on 'Have You Been Paying Attention', and Logie nominated for her role in 'Rosehaven' alongside Luke McGregor and Luke Heggie - Time Out Sydney's Best Comedian, Aria Nominated for Best Comedy Release 2016 - 'Anythink is Possible'.

“This year we have a brilliant new bunch of comedians as well as our incredible music master DJ Pedro Moshman, who will be accompanied by two live musicians; Virgil Reality (yes, that’s his real name) on trumpet / flute and The Maverick Experience (no, that’s not his real name) on percussion - they’ll keep the festival vibe going between sets and after the comedy show.”

Comedy (and wine) goers will be treated to an incredible six hours of non-stop entertainment, quality Seppeltsfield Barossa Wines, and local gourmet grub.

Since its inaugural event in February 2017, Grapes of Mirth’s ability to match top shelf wine and comedy has proved to be an overwhelming success, selling out nine events across Australia. Host and founder, comedian Merrick Watts, has championed this winning formula after recognising the value of an afternoon featuring Australia’s best comedians in Australia’s best wineries – an experience that has subsequently seen a steadily growing community of Grapes of Mirth devotees.

What: Grapes of Mirth at Seppeltsfield Barossa
Location: Seppeltsfield Barossa, 730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, South Australia
When: Saturday 7 th September 2019, 12noon sharp start
Tickets: $60 per person + booking fee, link to purchase tickets and return bus tickets available via 
Tickets on sale Wednesday 10 th July, 9am ACST

A Touch of Brass

07:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Fri 25 Oct 2019

 Featuring the Marananga Brass Band, join us in the Seppeltsfield Distillery from 7pm for a night of classical music. 

BYO Supper with drinks available for purchase on the evening. No BYO alcohol. 

One Electric Day at Seppeltsfield

01:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Sat 07 Dec 2019

 The 'One Electric Day' national tour is coming to Seppeltsfield Barossa, Saturday 7th December, 2019.

'You're the voice' singer, John Farnham, will be taking to the stage with Australian favourites including ‘Pressure down’ and ‘Reasons’, along with special guests Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, The Black Sorrows, and the reformation by Southern Sons.

 Tickets are on sale from 9.30am Thursday 6th June via

 One Electric Day at Seppeltsfield Barossa:

 Doors Open - 1.30pm
Southern Sons - 3.00pm
The Black Sorrows - 4.10pm
Vanessa Amorosi - 5.30pm

Jon Stevens - 6.45pm
John Farnham - 8.15pm

 For more information, please visit or to purchase return bus tickets, please visit

Red Hot Summer Tour 2020 - 10 Years of Red Hot Rock

01:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Sun 29 Mar 2020

The Red Hot Summer Tour celebrates 10 years of Red Hot Rock in 2020, right here at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, 29th March. 

The all-Australian line-up sees reformed Hunters & Collectors take to the stage for this special 10th anniversary concert; alongside James Reyne, The Living End, The Angels, Baby Animals, Killing Heidi and Boom Crash Opera. 

Banding together again for Red Hot Rock in 2020, Hunters & Collectors are recognised for their smash hits 'When The River Runs Dry', 'Say Goodbye', 'Do You See What I See' and many more - which will all be coming to the stage here at Seppeltsfield. 

Trending the boards in the rock halls of Australian music for decades, James Reyne and The Living End, considered Australian rock royalty, are not to be missed in what will be a sell-out performance. 

Red Hot Rock & Roll Line-Up:

Gates Open 1.00pm
Boom Crash Opera 1.40 – 2.10pm
Killing Heidi 2.30 – 3.10pm
Baby Animals 3.30 – 4.10pm
The Angels 4.35 – 5.20pm
The Living End 5.45 – 6.30pm
James Reyne 6.55 – 7.45pm
Hunters and Collectors 8.15 – 9.30pm

Tickets on sale from Thursday, 8th August and return bus tickets are available directly from

Please note this concert is strictly an 18+ event.

For further information and all you need to know about Red Hot Rock in 2020, please visit