On Sunday, September 30th 2012 from 2-5pm the enchanting gardens at the Lazy Ballerina Winery will come alive with the sound of Celtic Irish music.
The BordererS are back with their signature sound and infectious energy that is sure to have the crowd moving and grooving. With 8 albums to their name and over 15 years of entertaining music lovers, The BordererS are a well established act known for audience involvement.
Previously they have performed around Australia and the world at many of the top music festivals such as Womad, Byron Bay Blues & Roots and Edinburgh. They have also supported well known acts such as Tom Jones, The Proclaimers and The Chieftans.
The last time they performed at Lazy Ballerina the gig was sold out and this one will be no different. If you want to experience a relaxing afternoon of great music and wine be sure to book your tickets, stat.
Tickets cost only $20 and children under 15 are free. Food platters, wine, beer and soft drink will be available. You can book and pay online at trybooking.com or contact Lazy Ballerina on 8556 7085 to secure you ticket.
Lazy Ballerina Winery is located a short ten minute drive from McLaren Vale through Willunga near Kuitpo Forest. It makes a great place to replenish yourself after a hike through Kuitpo.
It is the passion project of vitaculturist James Hook and his family who pride themselves on making some of the best wines in the country. The wines are produced in small volumes but to an award winning standard.
The cellar door is open for tastings Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11am to 5pm. Here you can taste the various wines produced at the winery. Also on offer are meals such as pizza, pies and platters of local produce available from between $10-$20.
Lazy Ballerina prides itself on producing quality wine and supporting live music. This Labour Day long weekend presents the perfect opportunity not only to explore Lazy Ballerina and sample its world class wine but also to clap and cheer along to the catchy tunes of The BordererS.