Music in the Vines set to host its biggest event yet in Macarthur this February 

Macarthur’s very own festival, Music in the Vines has officially sold out of tickets within 12 days tickets sales opening.

1,000 people from across the district are expected to picnic and dance the night away on Saturday 5 February at Suffoir winery, brewery, distillery and cellar door.  

The strong demand for the festival this year was undoubtedly driven by the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. It presents an opportunity for friends and families to come together for a great day out.  

Pierce Brothers, a popular duo with a cult following are headlining this year, with a stellar lineup of supporting acts including Bones and Jones, That Gold Street Sound, Little Georgia, Jade Alice and Kinnon. Early arrivers at the festival will catch our 2022 Emerging Talent Competition, showcasing the region’s best up-and-coming musicians. 

“The Committee are ecstatic with the interest in our upcoming festival,” said Music in the Vines President Pieter Badenhorst. “Many businesses and events have done it tough during the pandemic, and we’ve been no exception. We are overwhelmed with the support from the community and surrounding towns. It’ll be our biggest event yet.”  

Follow along on the Music in the Vines Facebook page and Instagram (@musicinthevines3286) to stay up to date.

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