Music maestro Hot Dub Time Machine is bringing a full-bodied day of food, wine, beer and live music to Queensland.
The Hot Dub Wine Machine concept launched in Adelaide last month, with a few thousand people gathered at Serafino Winery in the McLaren Vale to celebrate music and wine, capped off with a DJ set from the popular Hot Dub Time Machine — aka Sydney producer Tom Loud — himself.
“The McLaren Vale event was a fantastic vibe,” Loud says, “joyous, wild and really good fun.”
Footage from the event of a giant custom-built stage flanked by rows of grapevines has sparked serious FOMO throughout the rest of the country, leading to the news that the Hot Dub Wine Machine party is expanding to the rest of the country.
Each Hot Dub Wine Machine event is a boutique offering with a capped capacity, so there’ll be plenty of space to relax while you take in sweeping views of the scenic vineyards and all the excitement on stage. You’ll quaff your way through top-noth local vino (as well as a custom-made red wine bearing Hot Dub Time Machine’s insignia) and fill up on gourmet chow.
For the headline spot, Hot Dub has dug deep into his wine cellar and dusted off a vintage classic, perfectly primed for drinking — PNAU, playing their first live shows in over five years.
“PNAU are absolute dance music royalty — an act that have always been hugely respected on the Australian dance scene, and by myself as an artist,” Loud says.
“Their new track is so strong, and we couldn’t be more honoured to be hosting their live return on our Wine Machine stage. It’s going to be epic!”
The full line-up is as follows:
Hot Dub Time Machine
The Queensland leg of the Hot Dub Wine Machine tour will come to Ocean View Estate, in the coastal wine region of Somerset Valley (an hour from the Brisbane CBD), on Saturday 1 April. For more info and tickets, visit the event page.