Rolling Stones Rock the Hunter Valley

On Saturday the band of all bands, the Rolling Stones visited the Hunter Valley as part of their incredible selling ’14 On Fire’ tour. Despite the tour being postponed and thousands waiting with baited breath, the show on the Hunter Estate hit all the right notes and left everyone reeling from the performance.

The Biggest Event in the Hunter Valley

This was the biggest concert ever held on the beautiful Hunter Estate, with guests turning up in their droves to sip wine on their arrival, pick at the perfect canapés and explore the stunning sprawl of vineyards before the Stones took their place onstage.

Whether or not the show would go ahead has been hanging in the balance since March, after Mick Jagger tragically lost his partner. The dates got pushed back but starting on the 25th October the sell-out band finally made the journey across the water to travel across Australia and New Zealand.

The Long Anticipated Tour Finally in Fruition

The Rolling Stones are no strangers to the world of show biz and in fairness, little introduction is needed. The band started back in 1962 and since then has hit an all-time high with album sales reaching over two hundred and fifty million copies. With twenty nine studio albums under their belt and eighteen live albums the band are still going strong. Seeing them in all their glory in the gorgeous heart of the Hunter Valley must have been a dream come true for any fan. With ample shaded picnic grounds guests could mingle beneath the thick boughed trees and enjoy the finest the Hope Este had on offer. This long anticipated tour has turned heads and revived the love that was never quite lost for the Rolling Stones.

An Incredible Venue

The Hunter Valley has long been hailed as one of the most incredible outdoor concert venues in the world. From jazz in the vines to world famous acts, signature celebratory events and more nothing can compare to the sheer bliss of blending curated bottles, fabulous food and live entertainment in the rolling gold’s and greens of the Hunter Valley.

More Magic to Come

With upcoming events in the Hunter Valley including performances by Sting and Paul Simon, The Eagles and the John Butler Trio, lovers of live music, wine and stunning surroundings can enjoy the blissful beauty and the throes of energy that seem to sweep this spot off its feet every single time.

Don’t miss the chance to join our Hunter Valley Wine Tour from Hunter Valley if you’re in the region!

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