Live Music at our Wine & Food Festival in the Grampians

Grampians Grape Escape is not just a celebration of wine and food talent, but also of national and local musical talent.

Uncover your new favourite artist or sing with your mates to an iconic cover. These good vibes will make the perfect accompaniment to a fun festival weekend.


Blending contemporary and traditional dance styles with the telling of stories almost as old as time itself, the One Conexion Aboriginal Dance Group’s passion for their culture speaks for itself.

They have danced at many events including Olympic committees, Crown Casino, dream time at the MCG, 2015 AFL grand final and now Grampians Grape Escape.


A four-piece indie acoustic band hailing from Melbourne, A Whale Called Phoenix have gigged at many a bar in St Kilda playing to their wives, Jimmy’s mum and the sound guy, but it was after a road trip where they found some extra magic to widen their sound, that songs like “Piece of Mind” and “Hurricane” came to life.


Sal Kimber & the Rollin’ Wheel are a band steeped in talent, personality and connection. Described by Rolling Stone as ‘Australiana Alt County at it’s finest,’ Sal’s authentic and warm stage presence, storytelling and antipodean vocals, along with the captivating musicianship of her close-knit band has seen the five piece win over loyal audiences all over Australia.


With sweet original music that falls somewhere in the sequinned space between disco, soul, doo-wop and rock ’n’ roll, Sugar Fed Leopards are a blazing sextet that bring smoking hot costumes, sweet harmonies, tight dance routines and a cranking rhythm section.

They’ve been breaking hearts and starting dance floor fires for years and you’ll soon see why.


We have purple fever over welcoming Andrew De Silva in PurpleRevolution to Grampians Grape Escape to pay homage to Prince in a party fashion with tracks such as Little Red Corvette, 1999, Cream, Diamonds & Pearls and the iconic Purple Rain.

There’s a 100% guarantee you’ll see us on the Saturday for a little Let’s Go Crazy!


With loud and saxy sounds, local band Orange Whip blew us away last year’s GGE!

Their speaker hopping moves were contagious, so there was never any question about them returning to bring us some BIG funk, rock, soul and blues!

Orange Whip will finish off on Saturday so don’t miss their energy set.


Grampians Grape Escape is not just about supporting regional producers, but also regional artists. On top of local band Orange Whip, our line up also includes the delightful Charlotte Harwood to welcome Sunday festival goers with a mix of originals and covers.

With such stunning vocals, we think she is going to be the next big talent to come out of the Grampians.


dirtgirl is a gumboot wearing, planet-loving girl – oh, and she’s also a rockstar who loves to sing and dance almost as much as she loves getting grubby (almost!).

dirtgirl will perform a live music show with the Mother Earth Band, playing garden-inspired planet loving hits with her friends.


From North America to Byron Bay, Australian folk-rock duo Little Georgiaare no strangers to the road, having spent the last 3 years touring.

Known for their powerful live performances, collaborators Justin Carter and Ashleigh Mannix will deliver their beautiful harmonies and compelling lyrics at the foothills of the majestic Grampians.


Blues Fans rejoice as Lloyd Spiegel is coming to town!

A trailblazer at the forefront of modern blues and one of Australia’s most recognised guitarists, Spiegel’s unique experience, command of his instrument, storytelling, and powerful stage persona will have you hooked during his Sunday set.


Prepare for a high-energy Sunday afternoon as our country’s most electric blues & roots band, 19-Twenty, will whip up a frenzy!

With infectious riffs and groove, these lads have been starting parties on Australian and International festival circuits for years and we can’t wait to see what they bring to ours.


We know you want to end your festival weekend with a live show of classic hits and party favourites you know and love, and if there is one thing for certain – the Baker Boys Band sure know how to bring the party!

So get your feet ready for some Baker Boy bedlam.