Twenty Third Street Distillery announces “Distillery Days” music festival (South Australia)

Distillery Days music festival is coming to Riverland, South Australia this October long weekend. Twenty Third Street Distillery, Renmark will host the two-day event featuring both Australian Music legends and, an array of hip-hop and electronic artists.

Festival goers can expect to sample local specialty eats, great entertainment and drink creations from the distillery. The two-day festival will be split into The Legends and The Latest categories.

The legends featured over day one will be Aussie favourites, Kate Cebrano, Daryl Braithwaite, Russell Morris and plenty more local artists. After punters are done singing along to Braithwaite’s Horses they can get ready to sing along to the Latest on day two like, Thundamentals, Young Franco and Command Q.

The Twenty Third Street Distillery specialises in creating prime spirits for the liberated palate while relying on traditional know-how and craftsmanship ingrained the historic premises.

“With our range we’re charting new flavour territories with old school craftsmanship to bring you sensory pleasures, savoury and sweet, contradictory yet united.” Said Chris Illman, Group Marketing Manager.

“We’ve created Distillery Days to celebrate this contrast and harmony. True legends of the Australian music scene join the young trailblazers over one long weekend.”

The Distillery relaunched in September 2016 following a $6.6 million transformation. The brand has been awarded two prestigious Double Gold Medals at the 2016 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

“It’s a fantastic accolade that has inspired us to deliver an experience that would encourage our consumers to visit the Riverland and unearth all it has to offer.”

The distillery is encouraging concert goers to make the most of the weekend by booking a luxury bed and breakfast or staying at the campsite.

For more information head to the official website HERE


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