Aussie music festival Wine Machine set to make its international debut
The beloved Aussie music festival Wine Machine is set to make its international debut later this year, as it brings Machine du Vin to the South of France.
After years of spinning the decks around the world, 2016 saw Hot Dub Time Machine (otherwise known as Sydney’s Tom Loud) headline the inaugural Wine Machine festival in McLaren Vale, South Australia. Following an international expansion the following year, the festival has only gotten bigger and better. Now, it seems that the sky is the limit as it begins to make an international expansion.
Announced today, Wine Machine is set to be renamed Machine du Vin later this year as it descends upon the French village of Camon for a “magical three-day, music, wine, food and arts spectacular”.
“Machine du Vin is a dream we’ve had for a very long time,” explained organisers of the new festival. “Our Wine Machine events have taken place in some of the most breathtaking Australian wine regions, but nothing can compare to the absolute majesty of the South of France.”
Featuring a lineup consisting of plenty of European, American, and Australian musicians, this is set to be one major debut for an Aussie festival such as this. It’s all set to kick off on August 31st in France, so if you’re going to find yourself in the area, be sure to head along to their website for more information.
As it stands, this year’s edition of the Wine Machine festival wrapped up back in early March, giving organisers plenty of time to put the finishing touches on a huge international adventure such as this. Who know, if Machine du Vin ends up being the huge success it’s set to be, we could be seeing Hot Dub Time Machine and co. becoming a permanent fixture on the global touring circuit.
Machine du Vin 2018
2manydjs (DJ Set)
Bonobo (DJ Set)
Hercules & Love Affair
Hot Dub Time Machine
Late Nite Tuff Guy
What So Not
+ many more still to be announced
Friday, August 31st – Sunday, September 2nd
Chateau de Camon, Camon, France
More Info: Machine du Vin
The article was originally published on The Industry Observer