Gaol, Heroin, Pain and a Cheery Rosé at A Day on the Green 2020 feat. Cold Chisel
Hard rock and blues.
Genres that are defined by gritty truths, lives filled with tragedy and the evil ironies that seem to plague circumstance like hungry wolves perpetuating an endless cycle of bloody pain and misery.
Fancy a lovely lunch in the park?
Because A Day on the Green is back for the summer!
A Day on the Green is an “experience” combining the best Australian and International artists with carefully selected wineries, offering a day of good food & wine, good friends and of course great music.
A Day on the Green’s concerts feature three to five artists performing from late afternoon to evening. Capacities range from 5,000 – 17,000. The concerts are staged in 18 wineries in Australia and New Zealand, all contracted exclusively to A Day on the Green.
To date there have been almost 400 concerts under the A Day on the Green banner with over 3 million people attending.
This week’s lineup features Cold Chisel.
There’s nothing like an expensive wine, a good cheese platter, the scent of the vines wafting through the castle on the vineyard to the grassy expanse upon which you’re lounging and a lovely song about the psychopathy-inducing dehumanising hellscape of the economically prejudiced Australian prison system.
Update: Rutherglen’s Day on the Green has been cancelled due to hazardous air quality. The alcoholic coke-addict frontman has not seen it fit to perform in such toxic circumstances. It truly is a wonderful 2020.