One of the most popular New Year’s Day parties, Wines and Good Times, where Adelaide’s best house and disco DJs start your year right, is returning to a new location.
Previously held on a rooftop bar, the popularity of this annual gig has forced a move to the even more flash National Wine Centre on the corner of Botanic and Hackney Road.
The perfect setting to kick up your heels and feel all your favourite house and disco tunes deep in your soul, the event features a Tasting Plate from the awesome Wine Centre chefs and a complimentary beverage on arrival.
Set out on the lawn at the wine centre, there will be throw rugs to spread out on as you take in live vocal and percussive sets between DJs.
A full list of SA wines is available to purchase, as well as Aperol spritz and a martini espresso bar will be in full swing when doors open at 2pm until 9pm.
As a covid safe space, tickets to this one are limited, meaning there’s a very strong chance that it will sell out.
Brought to you by the guys who have keeping Adelaide’s dance floors packed for the last 25 years, this is the perfect way to start your new year and leave 2020 way behind!
To get your ticket check out the Wines & Good Times New Years DAY Get Together Facebook Event page now.
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