There will be food, wine, and general merrymaking under the green leaves of the Miranda Winery on Saturday for the 2019 Griffith Vintage Festival.
It's a relatively young festival, but one which has proved wildly popular, having sold out all of its tickets every year since it started in 2016.
This year will be no different; tickets are on the verge of selling out and are expected to be all gone by around Wednesday.
Festival organiser Carrah Lymer said she wanted to recreate the magic of the 1970s, back when people would hold raucous street parties and drink wine straight out the back of trucks.
Those days are long gone - mostly for public liability reasons - but a group of local winemakers are determined to revive the street party scene and prove that Griffith still knows how to party.
"People were disappointed there was nothing around Easter time, so we wanted to reinvigorate it," Ms Lymer said.
"We'll have sold out three years in a row, which shows people are loving the event so far."
The festival will showcase the things that Griffith does best: food, wine, and all-round decadence.
For food there will be a mouthwatering array of Italian cuisine, including pizza and pasta from Alaina's Kitchen, panini and antipasto from La Piccola Grosseria, Gelato from Zecca, and deserts from Direct Injection Donuts.
"It's all about local music, local wine, local food," Ms Lymer said.
"It's a chance for people come down find a spot on the grass, have a few drinks, catch up with friends, and start their Easter weekend with a bang."
This year's festival will have wine from 10 local wineries from the Riverina Winemakers Association, as well as food trucks and live performances from local bands.
The festivities will start at 12pm noon on April 20 and will wrap up in the evening at 6pm.
The Griffith Vintage Festival will be one of the highlight events of the Easter calendar, which is jam packed with events throughout the long weekend.
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