James Morrison leads summer bill at Spicers Hidden Vale

James Morrison plays Spicers Hidden Vale on Sunday,
James Morrison plays Spicers Hidden Vale on Sunday,

SPICERS Hidden Vale is the place to be this summer with James Morrison kicking things off this weekend.

Spicers Hidden Vale general manager Andrea Martin said internationally-renowned trumpeter James Morrison would be their headline act on Sunday.

"Because of the success we have with our Sunday jazz sessions we are kicking off a summer series with big name performers," Andrea said.

"We have James Morrison performing on Sunday with a quintet and amazing support band to open.  

"Interest has been huge and ticket sales great."

Morrison is followed on January 9 by James Blundell performing and then McAlister Kemp a week later on the January 16.

"We have the luxury of a lot of space at Hidden Vale and the interest in live performances is too great to ignore," Andrea said.

"James Morrison will kick off with an outdoor performance and the grounds are lovely and green so its set to be a magical day."

Andrea said lunch and dinner package options were available or just stand alone tickets.

"We have kept it really affordable so everyone can have the chance to see these great performers who don't frequent our area," she said.

"Based on the success, we will strive to continue to attract excellent performers to the area."

James Morrison is performing at 3pm Sunday. 

Spicers Hidden Vale is at 617 Grandchester Mt Mort Road, Grandchester.

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