Singer-songwriter Laura Hill headlines the inaugural Sip & Sounds Winter Festival in Adelaide.
The National Wine Centre (NWC) has unveiled a music line-up featuring some of South Australia's most-loved singer-songwriters for their inaugural Sip & Sounds Winter Festival.
Sip & Sounds will see the NWC transformed into an urban cellar door offering an unrivalled sensory experience combining the state's most esteemed wineries and boutique labels with a curated selection of live music.
The music line-up for Sip & Sounds features headliner Laura Hill playing a set to mark the release of her new album 'Secrets', plus performances from Ollie English, Tara Carragher and Brian Ruiz.
NWC General Manager Adrian Emeny said the Centre was proud to support local musicians as part of the third annual Umbrella: Winter City Sounds series.
“Audiences can expect a day of festivities showcasing South Australia’s finest offerings from local musicians, wineries, breweries and distilleries,” Adrian says.
“As a venue, it’s very important to be able to offer people new experiences, especially during the winter months. We want people to get out and about and celebrate everything our wonderful state has to offer.”