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December 2017
Christmas Party at MDE!
7:00 PM to 11:00 PM     Sat, 02/12/2017
Venue: Mt Duneed Estate, 65 Pettavel Rd, Waurn Ponds Vic 3216
Contact: Tori 03 52661244, events@mtduneedestate.com.au

Movies In The Vines
6:00 PM to 11:00 PM     Fri, 22/12/2017
Venue: 65 Pettavel Rd Waurn Ponds
Contact: Emily 03 5266 1244, events@mtduneedestate.com.au

More info to come ..... Stay tuned!

All enquiries to events@mtduneedestate.com.au

January 2018
Bryan Adams - The Ultimate Tour
3:00 PM to 10:30 PM     Fri, 12/01/2018 - Sun, 14/01/2018
Venue: 65 Pettavel Rd Waurn Ponds

BRYAN ADAMS

ANNOUNCES REGIONAL CONCERT RUN FOR JANUARY 2018

Including Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong

Friday January 12

 

Frontier Touring and Roundhouse Entertainment are delighted to welcome BRYAN ADAMS back to Australia for four very special regional shows in January 2018, including a day on the green Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on Friday January 12.  

BRYAN ADAMS will be playing for the first time in Geelong and will be joined by special guests DARYL BRAITHWAITE and THIRSTY MERC.

Known the world over for his signature brand of feel-good rock and roll and big ballads, Adams is an icon of epic proportions, with his music achieving number one status in more than 40 countries.

Adams will be touring in celebration of his brand new best-of album Ultimate (out November 3 via Universal Music Australia). Alongside classic anthems like (Everything I Do), I Do It For You, Please Forgive Me and Summer of ’69, the 21-track album features two brand new songs, Ultimate Love and Please Stay – his first new songs in more than two years.

A sight to be seen on the live stage, Bryan Adams has been touring the world for nearly four decades. Aside from being on the road doing more than 100 concerts a year, he is currently working on writing the songs for the upcoming Pretty Woman musical.

Adams has gathered an impressive collection of accolades over the years, including a Grammy, three Academy Awards, five Golden Globe nominations, American Music Awards, an Ivor Novello Award and countless Juno Awards.

He was also awarded the Order of Canada and the Order of British Columbia – given to him for his contributions to popular music and philanthropic work via his own foundation, The Bryan Adams Foundation. It’s solid evidence that his impact on pop culture goes way beyond just music.

DARYL BRAITHWAITE’S extraordinary career spans more than four decades and he is one of Australia’s most successful and popular singers. With an arsenal of hits including Howzat, Summer Love, Rise, One Summer, As The Days Go By and his now classic The Horses, Daryl found fame in the ‘70s fronting one of Australia’s biggest bands ever, Sherbet. He then became a solo star in the ‘80s and has been nominated for six ARIA Awards including Best Male Artist (1991 and 1992) and Song of the Year for The Horses (1992) and will be inducted into this year’s ARIA Hall of Fame.

THIRSTY MERC are celebrating 15 years as a band, loved by fans across the country thanks to tracks like Someday, Someday, In The Summertime and 20 Good Reasons. Bursting onto the music scene in 2002, the band continue to tour and make new music, led by charismatic frontman Rai Thistlethwayte.

Bryan Adams’ national tour will begin with a show at Bribie Island’s Sandstone Point Hotel on Tuesday January 9 before playing Gold Coast’s Convention Centre on Wednesday January 10, followed by two a day on the green Victorian events.

Much-loved Down Under, act quickly to secure your tickets to consummate performer Bryan Adams when he returns to Australia in January!

 

FRIDAY JANUARY 12 – MT DUNEED ESTATE, GEELONG

EVENT INFORMATION:

a day on the green is a fully licensed event.  Strictly no BYO alcohol.  Food will be available on site or BYO picnic.  Camping chairs and picnic rugs are recommended. For all transport, accommodation and event information, go to www.adayonthegreen.com.au

TICKET PRICES:

Platinum                 $225.90 plus booking fees

Gold                      $192.90 plus booking fees

Silver                     $149.90 plus booking fees

General Admission   $109.90 plus booking fees

TRANSPORT:

For coach and shuttle bus enquiries, contact Melbourne On The Move 1300 558 686 or visit www.melbourneonthemove.com.au and locally, contact McHarry’s Coaches on 03 5223 2111 or visit www.mcharrys.com.au

ABOUT A DAY ON THE GREEN:

This summer season marks the 17th year of a day on the green, which started in January 2001.  After more than 425 shows and three million happy patrons, the a day on the green experience of good food, good wine and great music is firmly established as one of Australia’s most popular concert events.  

March 2018
A Day On The Green - Robbie Williams
Sat, 03/03/2018
Venue: 65 Pettavel Rd Waurn Ponds

ROBBIE WILLIAMS

THE HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW TO DESCEND ON GEELONG!

MT DUNEED ESTATE– SATURDAY MARCH 3

Tickets on sale Thursday September 7

Global pop phenomenon ROBBIE WILLIAMS today confirms that he will bring his mammoth Heavy Entertainment Show World Tour to Australia in February and March, and in conjunction with Chugg Entertainment, Roundhouse Entertainment is thrilled to announce he will perform one very special a day on the green concert at Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on Saturday March 3.

Roundhouse Entertainment Promoter Michael Newton said: “a day on the green has presented some incredible shows in the Geelong area with many world-class acts. This is going to be very, very  special. Robbie Williams is an incredible entertainer and he’s bringing his A-game to Geelong.   Whilst it is a huge undertaking, the venue has been making improvements to traffic, roads and infrastructure, so we’ re ready and it’s going to be a massive day.  As the promo says about the Robbie show, it’s ‘like nothing else on earth’, so don’t miss it!”

“The heavy entertainment show,” explains Robbie, “is every single moment on earth – we’re all part of the heavy entertainment show.”

Opening to rave reviews across Europe, The Heavy Entertainment Show Australian Tour will see Robbie perform a glittering hit-laden set spanning his entire career, along with a couple of surprising covers thrown in for good measure.

From his breakthrough global smash hit Angels, through to pop anthems Let Me Entertain You, Millennium, Come Undone, Kids, Feel, Rock DJ, and more, Robbie Williams’ unparalleled catalogue is a career-defining generational soundtrack. 

“… his set was a jubilant journey through a life in pop … the perfect stadium singalong from pop’s ultimate entertainer.” – The Standard UK

“… the night belonged to Robbie, who brought the house down with his showmanship and stage presence … fans spilled out onto Lansdowne Road knowing they had just witnessed a born entertainer do his thing on the big stage.” – Dublin Live

Robbie Williams is without doubt one of the most acclaimed and charismatic live performers of his time, a position that was cemented and celebrated by his record-breaking 2003 Knebworth performances over three nights in front of 375,000 people.

As a solo artist, Robbie Williams has sold more than 77 million albums, and has six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history.

He has chalked up 14 number one singles and has claimed a whopping 18 Brit Awards, which is  double that of any other artist.

Robbie last toured Australia in 2015, when he wowed local audiences with his epic Let Me Entertain You  tour, which saw him perform countless sold-out arena shows around the country.

Of that tour, the Herald Sun wrote, “Robbie Williams is the most entertaining male pop star of his generation … His charismatic mixture of American Brat Pack with British old-school theatre and pantomime helps him effortlessly charm the arena in an instant.”

Currently touring The Heavy Entertainment Show across Europe and the UK, Robbie Williams will be in top form when he lands in Australia. One of the world’s finest entertainers, Robbie is absolutely not to be missed when he returns to Australia in 2018!
Special guests to be announced.

 

SATURDAY MARCH 3 – MT DUNEED ESTATE, GEELONG

EVENT INFORMATION:

A day on the green is a fully licensed event.  Strictly no BYO alcohol.  Food will be available on site or BYO picnic.  Camping chairs and picnic rugs are recommended. For all transport, accommodation and event information, go to www.adayonthegreen.com.au

TICKET PRICES:

Diamond                 $259.90 plus booking fees

Platinum                  $199.90 plus booking fees

Gold                       $159.90 plus booking fees

Silver                      $129.90 plus booking fees

General Admission     $109.90 plus booking fees

TRANSPORT:

For coach and shuttle bus enquiries, contact Melbourne On The Move 1300 558 686 and locally McHarry’s Coaches on 03 5223 2111.

ABOUT A DAY ON THE GREEN:

This summer season marks the 17th year of a day on the green, which started in January 2001.  After more than 425 shows and three million happy patrons, the a day on the green experience of good food, good wine and great music is firmly established as one of Australia’s most popular concert events. 

 

A Day On The Green - 90's Rock
Sun, 11/03/2018
Venue: 65 Pettavel Rd Waurn Ponds

ALMIGHTY MONSTER ROCK LINE-UP

COMES TO A DAY ON THE GREEN
Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong

Sunday March 11 – Labour Day Long Weekend

 

Prepare for iconic indie rock anthems in the great outdoors when THE LIVING END, SPIDERBAIT, VERUCA SALT, THE LEMONHEADS, TUMBLEWEED and THE FAUVES combine for an almighty a day on the green national tour next February/March Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on Sunday March 11.

It’s a bill bursting with bands who were part of the alternative heyday of the 1990s, a period that has left a remarkable legacy on Australian music fans and continues to be held with muchos affection.

Between them, these six bands have notched up eight ARIA Awards, received more than 30 ARIA Award nominations, had 12 Top 10 albums and 19 Top 40 hit singles. They’ve played just about every major music festival in the world and worked with a wide range of collaborators – everyone from Kylie Minogue to The Wiggles!

In the live arena their reputations were made through performances marked by energy, passion and verve – qualities that will once again be on display during this tour. 

If the resounding success of similar alt-jaunts with Hoodoo Gurus, Sunnyboys, Violent Femmes, Died Pretty and Ratcat in 2015 and last year’s You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait, Jebediah and The Meanies run are anything to go by, this will be a tour to savour!   

THE LIVING END

Have earnt their enviable standing as one of the most compelling and captivating bands in Australian rock history. Their 1998 self-titled debut album hit number one on the ARIA chart, spawning singalong anthems Prisoner Of Society, All Torn Down, Second Solution, West End Riot and Save The Day, beginning a chart domination that continued with Roll On, Pictures In The Mirror, What’s On Your Radio, Wake Up and White Noise to name but a few. Twenty years on they continue to be a force to be reckoned with, with last year's Shift becoming their seventh ARIA Top 10 album. Having just completed a huge US tour, their live shows continue to excite fans worldwide.   

The Living End’s Chris Cheney said. “Check it out folks, grab the esky and your picnic blanket because we are excited to announce we're playing a day on the green! After spending a huge chunk of this past year touring internationally we can't wait to play shows in our own beautiful Australian backyard. As anyone who's ever gone to a day on the green knows, they're always unique gigs but this one is extra special. The line-up is killer! We'll be joined by Spiderbait, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Tumbleweed and The Fauves … Hot damn! Get on it!”

SPIDERBAIT

Thrilled audiences when they saddled up for their first a day on the green tour in 2016, so are very happy to being doing another lap of the winery map.  With five Top 20 albums, two ARIA Awards, a massive number one anthem with the irrepressible Black Betty and a huge and loyal following, it’s true to say Kram, Janet and Whitt’s special musical alchemy is a wondrous thing! Earlier this year they embraced their past by playing in full their most popular album, Ivy And The Big Apples, – home to the triple j Hottest 100 number one Buy Me A Pony. We can’t wait to welcome them back!

Spiderbait’s Kram said: “We're all so stoked be playing a day on the green again next year all around Australia. The last time we did these shows the response was amazing and the gigs were so awesome. Thanks to the fans that came out and made these events so brilliant for us. We hope to see you all again with our mates The Living End, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Tumbleweed and The Fauves … such a great line-up and we can't wait for it all to start!”

VERUCA SALT

Signature hit Seether remains one of the most-loved rock tunes of the ’90s. Not surprisingly, the band experienced a meteoric rise, doing everything a young band coming of age in the grunge era could hope for – selling more than a million records, touring with alt-rock royalty Hole and PJ Harvey, and winning critical acclaim for albums like American Thighs (named after an AC/DC lyric). After breaking up in 1998, the original line-up – Nina Gordon, Louise Post, Jim Shapiro and Steve Lack – re-formed in 2013 and were warmly welcomed back on stage. In 2015 they released their fifth studio album, Ghost Notes, the first to feature the band’s original line-up since 1997’s Eight Arms To Hold You. This will be their first a day on the green tour.   

THE LEMONHEADS

Evan Dando was ’90s rock royalty, writing much of his band’s breakthrough album – 1992's It's A Shame About Ray – in his second home of Australia. A concentrated blast of pure pop perfection, Come On Feel The Lemonheads, followed reaching number 19 on the ARIA chart, giving the band their first Top 20 album in the world. Since then, Evan has been a regular visitor to Australia, both as a solo act and reactivating THE LEMONHEADS.  We look forward to hearing those melodic masterpieces like Into Your Arms, Being Around, The Outdoor Type, The Great Big No, Rudderless, Big Gay Heart, Alison's Starting to Happen, It's A Shame About Ray and Mrs. Robinson.    

Straight outta Tarrawanna, TUMBLEWEED personified stoner rock in the ’90s with signature thundering riffs through tracks like Sundial, Hang Around and Gyroscope. They won the prestigious support slot on Nirvana’s only Australian tour and cemented themselves as one of the most-loved bands of the era with the 1995 release of their ARIA Top 10 album, Galactaphonic. Reactivated nearly 10 years ago, they've effortlessly picked up where they left off.

 

Known for their witty lyrics, melodic pop-rock and often satirical explorations of Australian themes, THE FAUVES fast became the best band to come out of the Mornington Peninsula since Australian Crawl. Releasing 11 studio albums with radio hits like Everybody’s Getting A 3 Piece Together and Dogs Are The Best People, scoring an ARIA nomination for Future Spa, as well as being the subject of the acclaimed documentary 15 Minutes To Rock, nearly 30 years later The Fauves continue to do what they do best. 

 

There you have it … The Living End, Spiderbait, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Tumbleweed and the Fauves. Six rocking bands coming to rock Mt Duneed Estate in March.  

SUNDAY MARCH 11 – LABOUR DAY LONG WEEKEND –  MT DUNEED ESTATE, GEELONG

 

EVENT INFORMATION:

a day on the green is a fully licensed event.  Strictly no BYO alcohol.  Food will be available on site or BYO picnic.  Camping chairs and picnic rugs are recommended. For all transport, accommodation and event information, go to www.adayonthegreen.com.au

TICKET PRICES:

General Admission - Front $149.90 plus booking fees

General Admission            $109.90 plus booking fees

TRANSPORT:

For coach and shuttle bus enquiries, contact Melbourne On The Move 1300 558 686 and locally McHarry’s Coaches on 03 5223 2111.

 

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