Cold Chisel will be trading cheap wine and a three-day growth for a more upmarket drop when they perform at All Saints Estate, Wahgunyah next year.
The iconic Australia band have reformed for a rare tour and will perform at the winery as a part of a Day on the Green in January 2020.
It will be a January to remember for the winery and wider North East region, with Elton John performing on January 29 and Cold Chisel taking to the outdoor stage on January 7.
Cold Chisel's Blood Moon tour will see the band perform 14 outdoor shows in Australia and New Zealand.
Front-man Jimmy Barnes will be joined by Ian Moss, Phil Small and Don Walker.
Barnes said it very well could be the bands last tour of this kind.
"I couldn't see us getting around to do this again.
"We're going to treat this like the biggest thing we've ever done and the last."
Barnes said the band was still 'match fit'.
"We've only done four tours since the early '80s so we need to make each of them count," Barnes said.
"We knew that if we were going to get the band back together for another full tour it would have to be something really special.
"We wanted great line-ups and unusual places so that people would remember these gigs for a long, long time."
In a press conference announcing the event, Richard Wilkins said Cold Chisel would be hitting the road across summer for their first outdoor tour in forty years.
He said the time of year was fitting as Cold Chisel was the soundtrack to many Australian summers.
Barnes said they had never done a full outdoor tour, only a smattering of shows.
He said being able to design a complete tour for an outdoor production meant they could make it bigger, brighter and louder than anything else.
"It's going to be big," he said.
"If it had a roof we'd tear it off."
A single will be released in the lead up to the tour, with a new album expected to be released by Christmas.
Birds of Tokyo and Magic Dirt will join Cold Chisel for the Wahgunyah performance.
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A Day on the Green organisers said they were thrilled to secure 'one of the most iconic homegrown bands of all time'.
Pre-sale tickets will go on sale on next Wednesday at 2pm through Ticketmaster, while the rest of the tickets will be released on October 21 at 11am.
Cold Chisel songwriter and piano player Don Walker said the Blood Moon 2020 tour was named after a rare lunar eclipse, wherein the sun, earth and moon all align.
"You might get to see a blood moon once in your life," he said.
"Apparently there's going to be one just before dawn when we're in Melbourne on this tour, but we didn't actually know that when we chose the name. Maybe it's a sign."
The band said special items will be auctioned and fundraising collections will be held at each venue, with all money going to Foodbank.
"Last year, Foodbank provided over 67 million meals to homeless people around Australia," Ian Moss said.
"We wish there wasn't so much demand for their services but we're pleased to do our bit to help them out."