Hat’s off to our Joe

Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows. 149431

ICONIC Aussie music legend Joe Camilleri and his band the Black Sorrows will perform at Bellarine Estate winery on Valentine’s Day, but the day is not just for couples.
The entire family can enjoy the day, which kicks off at 10.30am. It kicks off with the Mik Maks, which the kids will love, and then an array of local artists culminating with the Black Sorrows.
Camilleri, 67, was born in Malta, but is as iconic an Aussie as anyone in the music industry after migrating here with his family at the age of two.
Camilleri has performed as a solo artist as well as part of Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons and the Black Sorrows. Most people know the Black Sorrows’ ‘Chained to the Wheel’ hit, which peaked at No 9 on the charts in 1989.
On the day, there will be a kids play area, food vans, beer wine and cider – no need to bring anything other than a rug to sit on and sunscreen.
Laze the afternoon away among the vines at Bellarine Estate, enjoy the company of friends. Want to sit in a bit more comfort? Book a seat in the reserved seating area up close to the stage.
There are also fully catered VIP packages available for those who want the full experience without having to do anything.
There will be car displays throughout the day and helicopter rides over the Bellarine Peninsula.
The day is raising funds for Ten02 Incorporated and the proceeds from the event are being used for youth services on the Bellarine.
Ten02 Incorporated is a registered charity whose Vision is “to encourage the youth to work alongside adults in our community so they can learn vital life skills, while giving back to the local community. Barwon Water is also on board, sponsoring the event.
You can win one of eight double passes at www.bellarineestate.com.au and you can purchase tickets at bit.ly/1UY1dqy