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Heat Wave delays start of James Taylor’s Hunter Valley Concert

James Taylor and His All-Star Band play Hope Estate Winery in the Hunter Valley this Sunday, February 12. This morning concert promoters have announced a new start time for the concert and have urged patrons to prepare for the hot weather forecast.

In an effort to avoid the hottest part of the day, the new start time is being pushed back to 5.45pm.

Patrons are advised to wear a hat and sunscreen (and reapply), stay hydrated and bring empty water bottles to make use of the free drinking water available within the venue. Bottled water will also be available for purchase.

Gates will open at 3.30pm as planned, but stage times will be pushed back by 45 minutes to the following revised times:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Gates open: 3.30pm (no time change)

Kasey Chambers: 5.45pm to 6.30pm

Bernard Fanning: 6.45pm to 7.45pm

James Taylor: 8.15pm

For all details, please stay in touch with the following sites:
https://www.hopeestate.com.au/
https://www.facebook.com/hopeestate
https://www.facebook.com/LiveNationOzNz/

Written by Newcastle Live

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