IT could seem spiritual to some yet sacrilegious to others when Port Fairy's St John's Church hosts a mix of talented musicians this Saturday night.
As part of Winter Weekends the church will host six-piece Melbourne crew Sunnyside, with a drummer from Cobden and a guitarist from Camperdown, before they jet off to Japan for their next gig. Warrnambool-based outfit Late Night TV will also play jazz and funk music, and folk-artist Jackson McLaran will perform.
Organiser Liam Barling said the church's pews and high ceiling made for an attentive crowd and great acoustics.
"It's always been a place to bring people together, we are expanding on that. While maybe being a bit sacrilegious," Barling said. "It might be spiritual for some people."
Barling, who played in the same venue during last year's Winter Weekends, will play as a base guitarist with Late Night TV.
"The way it is laid out, people are more drawn to what is in front of them," he said.
Victoria and South Australian wine producers will on Friday also host wine tasting in the church hall.
Both events are from 6pm and ticketed with bookings available online.
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