Something in the Street

Getting ready for the event are Soul With Zest's Jason Robinson with Punkt zu Punkt participants, Jules Ashmead, Bec Ashmead and Tim Standing with Daniel Chaffey-Hartwig, Chaffey Bros.

Angaston will come alive on April 28 to see the 2019 Barossa Vintage Festival out with a bang.

Angaston’s premiere event, ‘Something in the Street’ will bring the street alive with street food, street music and street art.

From 10a.m. to 3p.m. Murray Street will be turned into a pedestrian zone where you are invited to experience the best that Angaston has to offer.

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Enjoy the street food and a Rehn Beer refreshing ale or glass of vino from pop up cellar doors while relaxing in the chill zone under the vines in the Village Green.

Stella One Studios will bring the street alive with a great line up of local musos and live acts.

Browse the local shops and meet artisan makers like Elise Doering from the Naked Soap Company.

There will be plenty of interactive fun with family friendly games and hands on art activities such as street stencilling with Barossa artistic export, Ellen Schlobohm and mosaic workshops with Kristin Wholers from Barossa Mosaics.

If you’re looking to see out Vintage Festival with a health-kick then take to the trail in the Punkt zu Punkt run.

Choose your distance of 33 kilometres or 7 kilometres and experience the beautiful route through High Eden vineyards, picturesque Flaxman’s Valley and a downhill finish into historic Murray Street, Angaston.

Runners can replenish their efforts with loaded brekkie roll from Soul with Zest, or upscale to lunch at an Angaston foodie hot spot or pop up lunch venue.

Crafters are catered for with the Angaston CWA offering vine wreath making sessions while the children can participate in donut-on-a-string eating competition at Sunrise Bakery.

In addition, the iconic Angaston Penrice Historical Society will be hosting heritage walks through the historic Angaston Village while the bellows will be pumping at Doddridge Blacksmith Shop.

There will also be a line up of antique machinery on display from the Angaston Machinery Preservation Society.