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 a well-known cover. These good vibes will make the perfect accompaniment to a chilled festival weekend. Check out the full line up and set times here.


An independent musician who has made her mark on the world, life has been pretty busy for folk/pop singer-songwriter COBY GRANT since Gaga Publishing placed “A Song About Me” onto Scandinavian TV five years ago and you’ll see why when she opens the festival.


NICK CHARLES is known internationally as ‘Australia’s virtuoso of acoustic roots and blues’. He has released a dozen albums on Australian and US labels and will deliver finger picking roots music magic with a lifetime’s stories and songs from the world’s musical highways.


Bringing kickdrum, kazoo & banjo to our stage is born entertainer, STRINGYBARK MCDOWELL. A story on his back about convicts and blues, Stringy has been playing his style of raw country blues for decades & MOLLY is an absolute wordsmith together creating a sound of their own.


Emerging from Adelaide’s rich songwriting scene, soul roots trio WANDERERS have cemented their place within the local industry for their captivating live show and musicianship that has translated effortlessly from record to stage. Their new EP ‘Something For A Distraction’ is set to bring them to a larger audience


MADHOUSE is a brass driven party band renowned for their entertaining and energetic live cover shows. Be prepared for a serious work-out on the lawn as the Madhouse boys love to party and are looking forward to giving you a dose of Madhouse Mayhem!


THE SETTLEMENT are a band of brothers from regional Victoria that rose from the beer soaked “pub” scene of South East Australia.

They have released music each year since forming and have been touring Australia relentlessly earning themselves the reputation of a gang of reprobates that live to play, on and off the stage. Festival favourites, they are back to close on Saturday evening.


Alice Skye is a singer-songwriter, Wergaia woman and universal little sister.

Originally from Horsham, Alice grew up aside our sandstone mountains and wildflowers of the Grampians.

A finalist in the triple j Unearthed NIMA competition and named one of the 5 new Indigenous artists you need to hear.


Rambling man, GRIM FAWKNER, is no stranger to stages and streets across the globe and at home.

Voted “Melbourne’s Best Busker” by The Herald Sun & popular vote, Grim draws together tales and musings from his travels around Australia, New Zealand and Europe.ound Australia, New Zealand and Europe.


This 23 year old, multi-instrumentalist talent of Australian Folk and Southern Blues first came under the international spotlight when his song ‘Coming Back’ was used to promote the US Gridiron Team ‘Green Bay Packers’ at their season opener.


Loud, funky and completely ballistic, THE KITE MACHINE are a premier Funk Rock export.

The trio has carved a serious niche in the independent music scene with tight grooves and manic riffs as their signature.


Orange Whip is an eclectic, diverse mix of the finest musicians from Ararat, Moyston and Halls Gap, bringing together their combined influences and experience from an incredibly wide musical field, from competition brass bands and musical theatre through to soul, experimental rock, punk and beyond.


ROONY will perform a Welcome To Country at the festival stage on both days.