November Sun is on Saturday 9th of November 2019. Gates open at 1pm and close at 8.30pm after the last act.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Fronted by Joe Camilleri and following the release of an acclaimed new album, we are incredibly pleased to announced The Black Sorrows will be headlining our second annual November Sun music event.
While there will be some seating provided, we recommend that you bring a folding chair or picnic rug. As the weather may be warm, please bring a hat and sunscreen.
As the event is licensed, please don’t bring your own alcohol. We also ask that you don’t bring your own food — the event will be well catered with a range of options available.
In the event of wet weather, please prepare for the show to go on – we’re talking raincoats, gumboots and umbrellas.
Yes. A free shuttle bus will be running all day from The Avoca Hotel to Blue Pyrenees Estate and back again, starting at 12.55pm.
A return bus is also available Ballarat at a cost of $30 each, we well as from Maryborough at a cost of $20 per person. Bus passes are purchasable along with tickets here.
A $10 return bus from Moonambel via the Avoca Hotel can be booked here.
The event is strictly no BYO alcohol or food. There will be a bar selling very reasonably priced Blue Pyrenees Estate wine, Red Duck Beer, Kilderkin Gin and cocktails.
Gourmet food showcasing local product will be available from a varied selection of food trucks, catering for vegan, vegetarian and gluten free requirements.
Any alcohol brought on to the site (including the carpark) will be confiscated by security and we reserve the right to eject offending patrons from the venue.
- BYO alcohol & food
- Eskies & picnic baskets
- Sharp objects
- Illicit substances
- Dogs & other pets
November Sun is our opportunity to showcase the best our region has to offer.
Expect the full range of Blue Pyrenees’ best estate-grown wines (red, white and sparkling) by the bottle and glass, as well as sangria, local Red Duck beer and a range of cocktails featuring gin from Kilderkin Distillery.
As with most live music events of this kind, we ask that you don’t bring your own food and drink.
Yes. Children under the age of 18 are welcome with a supervisor. Under 16s enter for free, while 16-17 are ticketed at a reduced cost of $20 + booking fee.
Alcohol is not to be consumed by minors under the age of 18 under any circumstances. Significant fines apply for patrons found supplying alcohol to a minor and police will be on site for the duration of the event.
We reserve the right to ask all patrons purchasing or consuming alcohol for photo ID and to deny service to anyone unable to provide suitable proof of age.
While there will be some seating available, the Blue Pyrenees Estate team encourage you to bring folding chairs and picnic rugs.
We’ll have November Rain! Just joking. November Sun is an outdoor event and will go ahead rain, hail or shine (provided it is safe for patrons).
While Blue Pyrenees Estate will provide some shelter from the sun (or rain), please dress appropriately for the weather. We recommend raincoats, gumboots and umbrellas in the event of a wet weather forecast.
Likewise, please bring sunscreen and other appropriate sun protection if the weather is good.
Tickets to November Sun are unfortunately non-refundable.
Gates open at 1pm and close at 8.30pm after the last act.
Our first act will commence at 2.00pm in the following order;
- Libby Steel
- Emily Ulman
- Loose Tooth
- The Black Sorrows
Free car parking is available adjacent to the event site.
However, please don’t drink and drive — police breath testing will be conducted as patrons leave the event. Buses are available from Ballarat, Moonambel & Maryborough (passes can be booked along with your ticket), while a free shuttle bus will be running from The Avoca Hotel.
Guests are welcome to leave cars overnight however they must be collected by midday on Sunday 10th of November.