Can’t wait until Fringe? The good news is, you don’t have to wait much long to get a little taster. And it’s all happening as part of Crush Festival.
For the first time in Crush history, the hills will come alive with the sounds of Fringe.
Long established as one of the family-favourite destinations on the Crush program, Tomich Wines is hosting Fringe in the Vines, on January 26 and 27.
Set on the picturesque vineyard lawns under the shade of tents and umbrellas, Fringe in the Vines is a two-day event with plenty for the whole family.
Over the weekend, you can catch FREE Fringe performances up close and personal with a program including cabaret performer Amity Dry, magician Robbie Kay, and clowning, comedy and cabaret performer, Jo Zealand.
Plus there will be tractor hay bale rides through the vineyard, live art, live music and a dedicated kids area with face painting and colouring in.
Being at Tomich, there will be plenty of their wines to enjoy, and food trucks Moi An Viet Street Food, Papas Gourmet Hot Dogs, Retro Refresh and Loca Pops (known for their famous Rose icepops) will be stopping by.
To round out the two-day event, they’re also holding Twilight Dinner in the Vines, a special VIP Fringe experience and the only Fringe dinner on offer ahead of the festival.
The evening will include a sit down dinner in the vineyard as the sun sets, with VIP Fringe performances. Dinner is catered by Taylor and Holmes, incorporating plenty of local Adelaide Hills produce, and paired with Tomich Wines. Tickets are $100 per person – you can book here.
Fringe in the Vines is on the Australia Day long weekend, Saturday January 26 and Sunday January 27, 11am-6pm daily. For more info, click here.
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