Stellar line-up set to give winery gig a summer vibe

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A trio of much-loved Aussie music acts will headline Days of Summer at Castelli Estate, Denmark, next weekend.

Daryl Braithwaite, Killing Heidi and Thirsty Merc are the huge names to play at the first Days of Summer concert, in what the venue hopes will become an annual drawcard for the region.

Adam Castelli said the venue chose to host these concerts to involve the community and give back to locals, as well as to showcase the beautiful region to visitors.

“Having the support of the Denmark community is a privilege because they contribute to make the event happen,” he said.

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“We tend to host these events during the holiday periods, which offers Denmark locals and tourists an outdoor experience while enjoying an intimate environment.

“The calibre of the artists that perform here speak for themselves when it comes to recognition and this event certainly caters for all ages.”

The popular winery out of Denmark last hosted a concert in 2017, when The Waifs celebrated their 25th anniversary. Other past concerts included Icehouse, Jimmy Barnes, Jon Stevens, The Cat Empire and the John Butler Trio.

Braithwaite, Killing Heidi and Thirsty Merc were selected by promoters to suit Castelli Estate’s request for acts with a similar vibe that gave the audience that summer feeling.

Punters will sit on the grass and watch the sunset as the concert unfolds.

Tickets can be bought through Ticketmaster or at Castelli Vineyards.

Bus services will run within the Denmark township and from Albany.

Schedules are available by contacting Busy Blue Bus and Albany Bus Charters.

Gates open at 3pm and performances run until 9pm.

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