DELICIOUS wine and good tunes proved popular at Music In The Vines in Macarthur.
By half way through the community run event, more than 500 people had gone through the gate.
Event manager Hugh McFarlane said some changes had proven popular with punters.
“Today it has been great, we’re actually up on patrons through the gate,” he said.
“We’ve changed a few things in the venue.
“At the moment we’re over the 500 mark and we’ve still got people coming through the gate.
“We put in a lot more shade this year and added some craft stalls. It has paid off.
“People have got things to do in between the music.
“The food has been absolutely brilliant this year.
“We’re getting a good wrap up from our patrons about what we’ve done with the changes.
“So let’s just hope we can get more people here next year for a better show.”
Mr McFarlane said 17-year-old Flynn Gurry, from Warrnambool, took at the emerging talent award and would play a set at the event next year.
We’re getting a good wrap up from our patrons about what we’ve done with the changes.Hugh McFarlane