Hot Dub Time Machine Uncorks A Vintage Pun W/ ‘Wine Machine’ Vineyard Tour

Good news, party fiends and wine wankers! 
After his debut ‘Hot Dub Wine Machine’ event sold out South Australia’s Serafino Winery last year, Sydney DJ and producer Hot Dub Time Machine, aka Tom Loud, has announced a sleet of 2017 tour dates for the wine-based music festival.
Loud, who’s been playing the HDTM “time-travelling” pop music gigs since 2011, announced earlier today he’ll be touring wineries across Tasmania, Western Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. 

He says since hosting 6,000 attendees and the likes of Client Liaison and Touch Sensitive at the SA party, the team has been keen to expand:
“Our Hot Dub team is on a constant mission to make sure every time people come to our show, it’s more epic, more exciting,” 

“We decided the next step was to turn the set into a boutique all-day event – take it al fresco with a scenic location, and get some great Aussie bands and DJs on board.”

“Someone suggested the name Wine Machine, and it took off from there.”
While this year’s lineup of bands and DJs is still TBA, the Facebook events go into surprising detail about focusing on local wine, particularly the Victorian event to be held at Yarra Valley’s Rochford Wines:
“Not only can Rochford boast having a smashing-tasting chardonnay under their belt, but also an expansive natural ampitheatre that’s the perfect fit for our sunshine frolicking.” 

“The Yarra may be a cool climate wine region… but we all know Hot Dub will bring the heat!”
Tickets for the events go on sale 10am Wednesday morning on the HDTM website. And it’s basically a given they’ll sell out, so try to hurry if you’re keen.
Check out the video announcement below, along with the full tour dates.
Saturday, 4th March
Home Hill Winery, Huon Valley, Tasmania
Saturday, 18th March
Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW
Saturday, 25th March
Rochford Estate, Yarra Valley, VIC
Saturday, 8th April 
Houghton Winery, Swan Valley, WA
Source: Music Feeds
Photo: Facebook / Pat Stevenson.