Pete Murray, Gretta Ray, and the Pierce Brothers lead super-affordable new Sunbury festival
23.03.2022

Pete Murray, Gretta Ray, and the Pierce Brothers lead super-affordable new Sunbury festival

Words via Beat Magazine

Sunbury's new music festival might look a little different

Hume Harvest is the new festival courtesy of Hume City Council and Victoria University that boasts a top-notch Aussie musical lineup alongside an appealing array of local wines and gourmet foods.

What you need to know:

  • Hume Harvest is Sunbury’s superb new music, food and wine festival
  • It will take place on Saturday 2 April at Sunbury’s The Nook
  • Tickets are only $20 to see Pete Murray, Gretta Ray and Pierce Brothers

Keep up with our music tour and festival news here.

17-time ARIA nominee and one of the highest selling Australian singer songwriters of all time, Pete Murray leads an excellent bill, fresh from the success of his latest EP The Night.

Sharing the spotlight, Gretta Ray is one of the country’s pre-eminent indie stars who’s shot from strength to strength since winning Triple J’s Unearthed back in 2016. The Melbourne local will be playing the myriad hits from her 2021 ARIA-nominated full length debut, Begin to Look Around.

17-time ARIA nominee and one of the highest selling Australian singer songwriters of all time, Pete Murray leads an excellent bill, fresh from the success of his latest EP The Night.

Filling out the headline spots, the Pierce Brothers are one of the country’s most acclaimed blues and roots acts. The festival favourites have forged a reputation around the globe for their epic harmonies, which they’ll delight fans with at Hume Harvest.

The other headline attraction is undoubtedly the local produce; an afternoon of wine tasting from Marnong Estate, Goona Warra Vineyard and Arundel Farm Estate and a complimentary Hume Harvest keepsake wine glass. There’ll be no shortage of travel inspo to boot, so also check out Discover Hume on Instagram for a taste of what’s to come.

“Anyone attending Hume Harvest can expect a delightful experience of food, wine and live-music at a picturesque location,” Hume City Council Mayor, Councillor Carly Moore said.

“The past two years have been difficult for our community and Victorians alike. We are proud to host this festival which showcases Hume City and inspires visitation to our region.”

“Hume City is the closest wine region you’ll find to Melbourne’s CBD, home to Marnong Estate, Goonawarra Vineyard and Arundel Farm Estate.”

For only $20 general admission, it’s a riveting initiative that’s sure to sell out in no time, so ensure you book your ticket here.