Powersupply will again stun crowds   on News Years Day at Jester Hill.
Powersupply will again stun crowds on News Years Day at Jester Hill. Contributed

Winery rocks into new year

JESTER Hills Wines will be the place to be this New Year's Day, as it hosts the Granite Rockin' Blues for a second year.

Entertainment for the day will be provided by three great acts, with band Powersupply, Cole Train and Jon Hibbins Trio all taking to the stage to perform.

The bands will all take turns playing, also joining for a special group performance.

The day will run from 11am-5pm, with everyone welcome.

Tickets are $25 per adult, all including a glass of wine upon arrival. Children receive free entry.

No outside food is permitted, with the The Jester Cafe running throughout the day, as well as a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase.

Available tables and chairs are likely to fill fast, so guests are encouraged to bring picnic blankets or folding chairs.

They are also encouraged to bring hats and sunscreen as spaces under the marquees will also fill fast.

Parking will be available on the day, and transport from and surrounds can be organised with Ann Bourke from Jester Hill Wines.

Tickets can be purchased online from www.trybook ing.com/NSLP.

For more information or to arrange transport, phone Ann Bourke at Jester Hill Wines on 4683 4380

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