Two businesses have teamed up to provide two days of entertainment in Ravenswood.
The historic Ravenswood Homestead and Killiecrankie Wines will host socially-distanced gigs on January 23 and 24.
It helps mark a return of entertainment to the region after 2020 deprived people of most forms of live performance.
After coronovirus-related lockdowns closed live music venues and theatres across Victoria last year, musicians began returning to small stages in hotels from September.
Killiecrankie Wines owner John Monteath said people's excitement was reflected in early ticket sales.
"We've already sold a third of the tickets available," Mr Monteath said.
"Due to current restrictions, it's a strictly ticketed event and we have to maintain all health and safety precautions."
The ticketed event is able to go ahead under the state government's public health directions but events where people roam freely have been cancelled during January.
"This direction restricts large events at which people roam, including markets," a state government spokesperson said earlier in the week.
"This decision has been taken out of an abundance of caution."
The event will host six musicians over the weekend with Luke Harrington, Mandy Connell, Alowishus Jones and The Outright Liars playing on Saturday.
Mariah McCarthy, Bill Barber and Josh DeAraugo will take to the stage on Sunday.
"It's so good to be back playing again for a live audience," musician Colin Thompson, who performs as Cleitus Jones said.
"We have an excellent line-up both days, so it's worth coming for the both days."
Ravenswood Homestead began branching out into hosting live music events in 2019 when it took part in the Bendigo Blues and Roots Music Festival.
Following renovations to The Stables and events area, the property hosted 12 acts over two days for the 2019 festival.
Along with the music, guests will be able to wander and explore the grounds and enjoy high quality food and wine.
Tickets includes music, a charcuterie plate and a glass of wine. Ravenswood Homestead will cater the weekend while and featured wines will be provided by Killiecrankie. Other drinks will be available to purchase.
The Killiecrankie Wines-Ravenswood Homestead music event - Crankie at the Stables - is on January 23 and 24 from 11.30am to 5pm. Tickets are $45 per day.
For more information or to purchase tickets log on to www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=700460&