John Farnham

John Farnham

9th November, 2016


Mitchelton Wines – Saturday 18 February 2017
Huge line-up featuring special guests Kate Ceberano, Moving Pictures and Russell Morris!

a day on the green is thrilled to announce that Australian music icon John Farnham will headline the next concert at Mitchelton Wines, Nagambie.

Drawing on the phenomenal songbook from his stellar four decade-long career, the 19-time ARIA Award winner and all-round top bloke continues to be “The Voice” of Australian music, thrilling audiences with his onstage charisma and those unforgettable vocals.

Joining John will be very special guest, the fabulous Kate Ceberano, the classic pop of Moving Pictures and acclaimed singer/songwriter Russell Morris. This will be the third a day on the green event held at Mitchelton Wines and promises to be an unforgettable one! Nagambie is only an hour’s drive from Melbourne CBD and with the stunning surrounds of natural bushland and Goulburn River backing on to the concert site, it’s a beautiful location for an outdoor show.

John performed a series of a day on the green concerts last year and is looking forward to appearing on the outside winery stage again.

““I love the a day on the green shows,” John said.  “The vineyards around Australia are such beautiful venues to perform at so I’m really looking forward to playing at Mitchelton Wines.”

Whether it’s the hits from his landmark 80s albums Whispering Jack and Age Of Reason like You’re The Voice, Two Strong Hearts, Pressure Down, A Touch Of Paradise, Chain Reaction, That’s Freedom or his earlier material Sadie The Cleaning Lady, One and Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head, there are few Australian performers who are as beloved as ‘Farnsy’.

October 28 marked the 30th anniversary of the 24-platinum selling Whispering Jack, which holds iconic status in Australian music history.  John’s next release will be a Christmas album with Olivia Newton-John Friends For Christmas released on November 11.

Kate Ceberano also holds a special place in the hearts of Australian audiences. Her achievements include five Platinum albums, five Gold albums and over 2 million albums sold.  24 albums over 30 years makes her the most prolific Australian female recording artist of this era.  Kate’s soulful voice and enchanting onstage presence means her concerts are always joyous.  Earlier this year saw the release of her 24th album “The Kate Ceberano Anthology”, a three disc, 53 song celebration of her music to date. Remarkably, she shows no sign of slowing down, let alone stopping!

Their ground-breaking #1 debut album, Days of Innocence, and the anthemic #1 single What About Me introduced Australia to Moving Pictures. Backed up by energetic live shows fronted by charismatic Alex Smith, the band became hugely popular. Constant touring and a second hit album Matinee in 1983 consolidated their position.  Although What About Me hit No. 29 on the American Billboard charts and another single Never appearing on two major motion picture soundtracks - Footloose and Hot Rod -  the band never broke into the US and by the end of 1987, they disbanded.  Although Alex Smith has lived in the UK for the past 20 years, Moving Pictures reunites occasionally and always to a huge response!

Aria Hall of Fame inductee, #1 selling Platinum artist, King of Pop, Australian Icon… these are a few phrases commonly used when describing Aussie legend Russell Morris.  From his early pop hits The Real Thing, Sweet Sweet Love and Wings of an Eagle, Russell was reborn in 2012 when he captured the imagination of Australians with the blues/rock album Sharkmouth, the first of a trilogy re-telling amazing historical stories of Australian characters, events and places. The follow-ups 2014’s Van Diemen's Land and last year’s Red Dirt – Red Heart topped ARIA charts propelling Russell back to huge success more than 45 years after his pop days.

John Farnham, Kate Ceberano, Moving Pictures and Russell Morris – see you in Nagambie!


This summer season marks the 16th year of a day on the green, which started in January 2001.  The event celebrates its 400th concert on November 19, consolidating its position as one of Australia’s most popular outdoor events.

a day on the green is a fully licensed event.  Strictly no BYO alcohol.  Food will be available on site or BYO picnic.  For full event information and FAQ’s, go to

Platinum                       $179.90 plus booking fees
Gold                             $159.90 plus booking fees
Silver                           $129.90 plus booking fees
General Admission      $  99.90 plus booking fees

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