Cellar Door Fest Winter Edit wouldn’t be complete without live music.

We’ve curated an exclusive soundtrack for your tasting journey, performed live by some of our State’s hottest local folk, indie, disco & soul musicians.

Ollie English  |  Friday, 19 July – 5pm to 6pm

An enthralling singer-songwriter from the Adelaide Hills, Ollie English is a 3x winner of the People’s Choice Best Blues & Roots Award (2018, 2019 & 2020) at the South Australian Music Awards. English captivates audiences with his exquisitely powerful voice, fearless presence,& effortless dance between soulful rock anthems with gritty guitar solos & heartfelt ballads humming with gospel-inspired backing vocals.

English has supported the likes of Robbie Williams, Angus & Julia Stone, The Rubens & more.

Check out Ollie’s Spotify playlist

Trav Collins  |  Friday, 19 July – 6:30pm to 7.30pm

Trav Collins is a singer/ songwriter/ guitarist who also plays the didgeridoo/ harmonica & foot percussion to create a unique & expansive solo sound. His lyrics & stories draw from experiences in his life, both beautiful &heartbreaking. His vocals reflect tones of sincerity & truth in every word.

Check out Trav’s Spotify playlist

Ruby Chew

  • Friday, 19 July – 8pm to 9pm
  • Saturday, 20 July – 2:30pm to 4pm
  • Saturday, 20 July – 8pm to 9pm

Beat-maker & heartbreaker, Ruby Chew is an Adelaide based DJ with a love for retro music. Her M.O. combines the classic tunes we all love mixed with soon-to-be-new favourites. She’s known for creating atmosphere, bringing the fun vibes & getting booties shakin’, with an array of tantalising tunes – from funk, rock ‘n roll, blues, disco, to house, new wave, 90’s & naughties.

Check out Ruby’s Spotify playlist

My ChérieSaturday, 20 July – 11.30am to 12.30pm

Exploding onto the scene with electrifying & unforgettable energy, My Chérie is a standout performer & multi-instrumentalist, presenting everything from pop tinged songs, featuring ambient guitar, live looping & atmospheric synth through to hip-hop grooves set apart by her angelic vocals. Brimming with talent, she was previously crowned ‘Best Live Act in SA’. Her musical style is earmarked with touches of dream pop & nods towards some of her influences such as Tash Sultana, Matt Corby & the ethereal vocals of Kate Miller-Heidke & Kate Bush.

Check out My Chérie’s Spotify playlist

Adam Blesing  | Saturday, 20 July – 1pm to 2pm

Being a musician was inevitable for Adam. Growing up in a musical family, he was introduced to base, guitar & singing at an early age before going on to perform with with the likes of Poetikool Justice, Laura Hill, Rob Edwards, Headphone Piracy, Fraud Millionaires, Riddim Section & Forest of Gnomes to name just a few. Adam now fronts his own award-winning band, Dojo Rise, which has performed across Australia. In 2023, the band received the South Australian Music Industry Award for Best Blues & Roots Artists in the People’s Choice category

Adam is bringing his solo acoustic act to Cellar Door Fest Winter Edit, spanning a variety of genres to match the Festival vibe.

Laura Hill  |  Saturday, 20 July – 5pm to 6pm

Award-winning artist Laura Hill is an exquisite singer-songwriter from the Fleurieu Peninsula. Possessing the innate ability to write songs that are both encapsulating & haunting, with hints of sassy wisdom, Laura’s songwriting is matched with a stunning clarity & tone to create a beautiful, varied & dreamlike soundscape.

Laura has toured with & supported the likes of Passenger UK, Matt Corby, Daryl Braithwaite, Colin Hay, Juzzie Smith, Kim Churchill, Matt Mchugh, Ash Grunwald & Tijuana Cartel.

Check out Laura’s Spotify playlist


LENI  |  Saturday, 20 July – 6:30pm to 7.30pm

Indigenous Mapuché Chilean / Australian singer-songwriter LENI is a powerful & inspiring positive force. Forged through his rich talent & creativity, Leni delivers an infectious & dynamic mix of dreamy RnB meets Folk-Pop, sonically evoking an affinity between Frank Ocean & The Weeknd.

Check out LENI’s Spotify playlist

Cellar Door Fest acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide Plains where we work & gather. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.