Howard Vineyard Serving Up Korean Fried Chicken And Sangria For Crush Fest • Glam Adelaide

Howard Vineyard Serving Up Korean Fried Chicken And Sangria For Crush Fest

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Inspired by a good old summer day on the beach, the Adelaide Hills’ Howard Vineyard will transform into a peachy, beachy scene for Crush festival this year.

Grab your sundresses and floppy hats and settle in on the lush lawns for a day of drinks by the beach bar, mellow live music, and Korean street food. And bring your game face too — there will be a beach volleyball net and rounds of limbo throughout the day!

General entry is $10 per person, which also covers the cost of your souvenir Reidel Crush glass, and you can grab yours ahead of time here.

(Please note when purchasing your tickets, ticket numbers are allocated for each day, so please take care in booking your ticket for the correct day.)

The Peach on the Beach menu features Korean street food, like Cupbop (black rice, glass noodles, iceberg lettuce, corn salad, house-made Cupbop sauce and your choice of toppings: beef, dumplings, spiced pork, salt and pepper squid, halloumi, or mushroom).

Or check out these Cupbop loaded fries, with bacon, melted cheese, house-made kimchi, and Cupbop sauce:

There are also Korean fried chicken wings, cheeseboards, and charcuterie boards up for grabs on the day.

All your music needs will be taken care of by Reggae On, playing live 1-5pm Saturday, and The Shizzle, playing live 1-5pm Sunday.

Feeling fancy? Let us introduce you to the V.I.Peaches option:

In addition to your souvenir glass, you’ll enjoy a cheese board and two main options from the menu per person, priority access to the bar and food, reserved seating, and a three-hour drinks package which includes 400m and Howard Vineyard Range of wines. Beer, cider, soft drink, sangria, soft drink and water.

Score yourself all the above for $120pp or bump it up to $150pp and get yourself transport as well! Get your V.I.Peaches tickets here.

Howard Vineyard’s Peach on the Beach takes place on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 January from 10am to 5pm.

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