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Jack Rabbit Vineyard has announced its annual winter ‘Fireside Series’ with four fabulous evenings of brilliant entertainment and fine dining.
First up (and back each year by popular demand!) is ‘Fireside ABBA’ with Bjorn to be Wild featuring the amazing voices of Angie Hilton and Sam Cocking on Saturday 8 July. Collectively providing decades of professional performance experience, Fireside ABBA – Bjorn to be Wild guarantees to re-ignite the soul, fun and music of this legendary group, which successfully crossed as many genres as it has generations. With every song a memory, everybody will be singing along and who knows, you might just discover your Inner Dancing Queen.
Following is a collective of the best jazz musicians in the business, set to perform in the Jack Rabbit Vineyard Fireside Jazz Series 2017. Three wonderful evenings will respectively feature Miss Georgia Brooks, Hot Club Swing and Kissing Harriet.
On Saturday 15 July, much loved Miss Georgia Brooks will take to the floor to seduce guests with her distinctive vintage grace and upbeat style.
The second evening of the Fireside Jazz series invites patrons to join the renowned Hot Club Swing on Saturday 29 July as they revel in presenting the finest in French gypsy swing. Patrons will find themselves immersed and enchanted by music from the heady days of 1930s Paris.
Super popular Kissing Harriet will cap off the Fireside Jazz series on Saturday 19 August. A jazz tribute to modern love, Harriet explores what it takes to find love in the 21st century in a captivating evening of classic, cool and modern jazz.
The limited tickets for Fireside evenings cost $90 per person per show and include a three-course dinner prepared by the Jack Rabbit Vineyard culinary team. Drinks at bar prices. Bookings via www.jackrabbitvineyard.com.au or phone Jack Rabbit Vineyard on 5251 2223.

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