See some of the '90s and '00s biggest R'n'B acts perform at a winery
What do you get when you cross R'n'B Fridays with a Day on the Green? R'n'B Vine Days is a one day R'n'B festival heading to Mt Duneed Estate near Geelong.
Returning in 2019 is Nelly, who was the first artist to headline R'n'B Vine Days back in 2016. His hits like 'Hot in Herre' cemented his place on club dance floors while his duet 'Dilemma' with Kelly Rowland is smooth and unforgettable (and the video clip will be forever immortalised for Kelly appearing to use Microsoft Excel to text Nelly).
He'll be joined by the UK's suave R'n'B artist Craig David, who's bringing a full band with him. His set will have you swaying, grooving and moving but you definitely won't be 'Walking Away'.
You've belted out 'Never Ever' a thousand times during karaoke, now sing along for real when All Saints belt it out at R'n'B Vine Days. The 90s girl group are the perfect accompaniment to a glass of vino on the lawns.
Rounding out the 2019 line-up in Grammy-nominated singer Amerie (her cover of Diana Ross's 'I'm Coming Out' honours the original) and guaranteed party-starter DJ YO! MAFIA.
Being at a winery there will of course also be wine and food aplenty. Tickets go on sale to the public 10am Friday, November 2 or visit the R'n'B Vine Days website for pre-sale information.