An all-star line-up of some of the country’s finest acts will hit the Hunter Valley for Hope Rocks this Saturday.
The show promises to deliver all of the favourite Australian classic rock legends on the one stage at Hope Estate.
Hope Rocks will be a fun-filled evening with some of Australia’s most well-loved bands gracing the stage including Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Ian Moss, Richard Clapton, The Superjesus, Dragon and Choirboys.
Baby Animals two albums went number one and number two on the ARIA charts respectively, and they’ve won multiple ARIA awards.
Newcastle’s favourite sons The Screaming Jets have recorded three top five albums and recorded hits such as Better,Shivers and Sad Song.
Ian Moss is the guitarist for rock legends Cold Chisel, and his own debut solo album Matchbook went to number one on the charts.
We love a great outdoor gig and what better than to partner that with some fine wine and a picturesque location... it’s a win win.Suze DeMarchi of Baby Animals
ARIA hall of famer Richard Clapton has created multiple top 20 songs and albums.
The Superjesus won best new talent at the 1997 ARIA awards, and they’ve gone from strength to strength since.
Dragon have produced huge hits such as April Sun in Cuba and Are You Old Enough?
The rockers behind the classic tune Run to Paradise, Choirboys will round out the line-up with their amazing sound.
Hope Rocks will take place at one of the most picturesque outdoor concert venues and Suze DeMarchi of Baby Animals said they are keen to rock out in the vineyards.
Music, food and wine – they go hand-in-hand and there are few things more pleasurable than experiencing them all at once.
“We are thrilled to be a part of the first ever Hope Rocks festival,” she said.
“We love a great outdoor gig and what better than to partner that with some fine wine and a picturesque location... it’s a win win.”
Hope Estate founder Michael Hope said the winery was enthusiastic about supporting the Australian music industry.
“This stellar line-up of home-grown talent is sure to be a crowd pleaser and will have the vineyards rocking,” Mr Hope said.
“It will be a brilliant show!’’