It's official! Silver Raven Festival will be back in 2017.
We're thrilled to be joining forces with the Barossa Vintage Festival to bring you a bigger and better festival than this year (although 2016's event was pretty magical if you ask us!)
Headliners Strand of Oaks are set to bring their uniquely earth-shattering sound straight from the USA and will be joined by fellow countrymen Jonny Fritz and Sonny & the Sunsets, alongside Australian talent Henry Wagons & the Only Children, Jen Cloher (with full band featuring Courtney Barnett, Bones Sloane & Jen Sholakis), Ruby Boots, Lost Ragas, The San Sebastian and Wanderers.
The epic music line up will be matched with the Barossa doing what we do best - kickass food and wine experiences! Our wines will sit happily alongside brews from Pirate Life while the food experience will be expanded from the 2016 event. Smokey barbecue from Are You Game?, vegetarian treats from Forage Supply Co, Mexican bites from TacoCat will be on offer with Little Blue Van and Barossa Valley Ice Cream Company keeping the caffeine and sweet treats coming.
This welcoming event is family-friendly - treat your kids to some good music YOU like too! Kids 12 years and under are FREE with 13-17 year olds $39pp.
Adult tickets start at $89pp (show only) with $125 getting you the return bus transfer package ex. Adelaide.
Bring your picnic rug & your friends & settle in for the afternoon as we celebrate spring with a long, lazy picnic in our gardens Sunday 30 October. We'll have the rosé and QQ cocktail on ice, a special red or two pouring, a lamb on a spit, some tunes playing and lawn games for the young (& young at heart) Oh, and entry is free!Read More
Together with Golden Arrow we are thrilled to announce today Silver Raven Festival, a new boutique Americana tinged festival, set to revitalise the SA music festival scene in 2016. Its lineup including the acclaimed songwriter behind Rolling Stone's ## 7 album of 2015 Jason Isbell (USA), the female Johnny Cash reincarnate Eilen Jewell (USA) and debauched guitar maelstrom of Endless Boogie (USA). Set in the idyllic surrounds of our Barossa Valley Cellar Door, Silver Raven Festival will also serve as the perfect bittersweet farewell to Adelaide darlings The Audreys.The lineup of international and local talent will be completed by garage rock 'n' roll masters Bad//Dreems, noir alt rocker five piece Koral & The Goodbye Horses, honky-tonk duo Hana & Jessie-Lee (The Sloe Ruin) and the young blues and soul prodigy Ollie English. Dan Crannitch, music programmer of Silver Raven said: "This lineup is all about quality over quantity: From arguably one of the finest songwriters of our generation, Jason Isbell, to the absolutely stunning songbird Eilen Jewell playing alongside some of Adelaide – and the world’s – great musicians... and what a special way to farewell one of Adelaide’s most beloved bands, The Audreys."Read More
We've had a few questions lately on when (& where) we'll be hosting our 2015 Adelaide CBD pop-up... Well, I'm happy to tell you that we will again be bringing Turkey Flat to the city, but just a little later this year. And to make things a little more exciting we're launching our brand new white apéritif 'Quinquina'. Perfect for lazy, sunny afternoons & evenings - it's bright & refreshing with a crisp, slightly bitter edge. If a g&t is your thing - then this one is definitely for you!Read More
It’s the end of vintage: the grapes are crushed, the Harvest is done and among the 750 grape growing families of the Barossa Valley, it’s time to get together and celebrate. Or if you’ve been away, it’s your very own Welcome Home Party – and a rich celebration of all things Barossan. Set on the Tanunda Oval, Barossa Comes Home is an open-house picnic, where locals invite the rest of the world in to taste the fruits of their toils and the loves of their labour. And in 2015, there’s a lot! Special features include grape treadings, a market bazaar, children’s entertainment (including a bouncy castle and merry-go-round), the Bund der Bayern German Dance Club and other local brass bands, and over 30 wineries from the region – all available for your tasting pleasure.Read More
Next month is the bi annual Barossa Valley Vintage Festival, 15th – 19th April. The Barossa Wine Chapters Auction Friday 17th April, presented by the Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) in partnership with Langtons, is the evolution of the Barossa Wine Auction that has been held as part of the Barossa Vintage Festival since 1965. Taking inspiration from other renowned auctions such as Hospice de Beaune and Auction Napa Valley, BGWA is setting the ambitious goal for the auction to earn its place as one of the world’s top regional wine auctions in the next 10 years.Read More
Adelaide! We're coming to you this week - along with a veritable troupe of our Barossa friends: Penfolds, Seppeltsfield Wines, Hart of the Barossa, Henschke, Sybaris Wines, Saltram Wine Estate, St Hallett, Turkey Flat Vineyards, Wolf Blass, 1847 Wines Chateau Yaldara, Artisans of Barossa, Grant Burge Wines, Captain Barossa, Kaesler Wines, Thorn-Clarke Wines, Bethany Wines, Whistler Wines, Torbreck, Schilld Estate, Murray Street Vineyards, Flaxman Wines, Elderton Wines, JB Wines, Bethany Cottage.Read More
Our second foray into the world of the Adelaide Fringe Festival was everything we had hoped for (to heck with sounding terribly cliché) - and more... The March weather certainly turned on its charm - a sunny 28ºC with a light breeze, letting us hold this event in the open air. To our musicians - Kaurna Cronin, Echo and the Empress and Holly Throsby - THANK YOU. What an amazing show you all put on! Holly, thank you especially for allowing us to host your first show in 2 years.Read More