Four more big concerts in the Hunter Valley in March and April 2017

ATOMIC: American new wave-punk pioneers Blondie will play at Bimbadgen Estate on April 1 alongside Cyndi Lauper, The Clouds, Alex Lahey and Montaigne.
ATOMIC: American new wave-punk pioneers Blondie will play at Bimbadgen Estate on April 1 alongside Cyndi Lauper, The Clouds, Alex Lahey and Montaigne.

Concertgoers have been spoiled for choice in the Hunter Valley this summer, and there are still plenty of big names to roll into town before the warm weather comes to an end.

The Red Hot Summer Tour arrives at Roche Estate, Pokolbin this Saturday night, featuring legendary Aussie acts including Icehouse, James Reyne, Daryl Braithwaite, Shannon Noll, Dragon and Pseudo Echo.

The following Saturday, trailblazing artists Blondie and Cyndi Lauper will bring their co-headlining tour to Bimbadgen Estate.

The international superstars will be supported by ‘90s indie faves The Clouds and rising Australian talents Montaigne and Alex Lahey.

The Voice himself, John Farnham, will play at Hope Estate on April 8, supported by Jon Stevens, Shannon Noll and The Black Sorrows.

“I have not performed at Hope Estate for some time now and I am so looking forward to being there again,” Farnham said.

“This will be the last show on my current regional tour and could not wish for a better venue to play.”

Another stellar Hope Rocks line-up will follow on April 29, with the Hoodoo Gurus, You Am I, Ratcat, Steve Kilbey of The Church, GANGgajang, The Allniters and The Kids.

​Hope Estate has already announced two big shows for the 2017/18 season – Midnight Oil (October 21) and ‘80s Fest on November 4 (featuring Paul Young, Go West, The Cutting Crew, Wang Chung, Taylor Dayne, John Paul Young and the Allstars, Pseudo Echo and The Chantoozies).