19th QMF Tickets On Sale Now

EARLY BIRD TICKETS TO THE 19th QUEENSCLIFF MUSIC FESTIVAL ON SALE NOW!
Queenscliff Music Festival 27-28-29 November 2015
 
Early Bird Tickets to the 19th Queenscliff Music Festival this November are on sale now and selling fast! Following record breaking Subscriber Pre-Sale Early Bird sales, Early Bird tickets are now on sale to the general public, but be quick, these will sell out again as they have for the past 10 years!
 
Following on from a hugely successful Festival in 2014, planning is already well underway for the 2015 event. Lineup announcements are due mid 2015, but one thing is for sure, there'll be a party in Queenscliff this November, so come and join us!

 

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5th Artist Announcement

CHRISTOPHER COLEMAN
4th TICKET RELEASE SALE ENDS OCT 31st

Even more VIC and local acts, Comedy Show and Telstra Road to Discovery Showcase

Queenscliff Music Festival is feelin' the spring air and has bottled up a full set of fragrances to fill your festival experience, with a showcase of five of the top names from the Telstra Road to Discovery competition, the QMF Comedy Show line up, plus even more new Victorian and local Bellarine acts. Breathe it in...

The Telstra Road to Discovery Showcase will feature five of the program's acclaimed Alumni including current winners Helen Shanahan and Christopher Coleman (who will headline the showcase with his outfit the Christopher Coleman Collective), along with Andrew Redford, Angie McMahon, Hayden Calnin, andKelly Menhennett. Now in its 12th year, the Telstra Road to Discovery program offers home-grown independent unsigned songwriters  a real and genuine pathway into the Australian music scene for home-grown talent.

For your light relief the QMF Comedy Show will feature some of Australia's best: MC Colin Lane (Lano and Woodley), Claire Hooper (Good News Week), Dave Thornton (FOX FM) and Rod Quantock (Melbourne stand up comedy pioneer!).

And just as you thought the QMF line up couldn't get any better, QMF HQ has been busy making extra sure you don't have a second without being spoilt for choice with gorgeous entertainers, adding Victorian acts Charles Jenkins, WILSN, Aluka, The Yearlings, and Matt Katsis (the 2013 QMF Busking Competition Winner), along with local Geelong Region acts Murdena, Yirrmal & the Yolngu Boys,Residual, The Kite Machine, Bec Goring and the Ellwood Winters, Aine Tyrrell, Sagamore, Jordan Riddle, Alister Turrill, Max Rudd Band, Georgia Rodgers, andTides of Welcome.

These new names join the extensive 2014 line up (scroll down to see more on all announced artists, in alphabetical order below).
Tickets are selling fast, and are breaking all previous records. There's only a handful of VIP tickets left and they will sell out. All ticket costs increase onNov 1st for the final ticket round, so get your tickets at a reduced price up until Oct 31st. 

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4th Artist Announcement

SKUNKHOUR
3rd TICKET RELEASE SALE ENDS AUG 31st

Queenscliff Music Festival turns up the heat again with a fourth instalment of new acts to add to the exploding line up of great Australian talent in 2014. Joining the already expanded list of national and international acts we are excited to announce 10 new acts for 2014:

SKUNKHOUR - Performing Their Debut Self Titled Album
THE LITTLE STEVIES
LULUC
STELLA ANGELICO
SKYSCRAPER STAN AND THE COMMISSION FLATS
DAVIDSON BROTHERS
ARCHER
JORDAN RAKEI
KARL S. WILLIAMS
JESSE VALACH AND BLUES MOUNTAIN

  • Australian Funk/Soul/Hip Hop legends Skunkhour come to QMF to perform a special “classic album” set. Playing the internationally lauded debut, their self-titled album from 1993, song by song. Fused with sinuous grooves, magnetic rhythms, brass hooks, and compelling interwoven dual vocals the debut album sold world-wide and introduced the band as a wholly original force on the Australian music landscape.Known for their energetic sets as well as the depth and diversity of their music the band reforms for QMF to bring a classic back to life.
  • The Sydney Morning Herald described "Diamonds For Your Tea" the latest release from The Little Stevies "as incredibly well honed, gorgeous songs that rip out the speakers with a deep, warmly polished sound, better than just about anything I have heard in recent history." They've toured Australia, Canada and the USA and their pop melodies and sibling harmonies are irresistible to any musical taste. They have built an exceptional reputation as a live act, drawing keen and loyal Little Stevie's fans wherever they go. 
  • Luluc pronounced Lu-LUKE are no strangers to the term "good things come, to those who wait." This attitude has done the duo well, who are described by the USA label Sub Pop as "bracing, subtle, tender and magnificent." Between picking up a deal with Sub Pop and grabbing the attention of Nick Drake's producer Joe Boyd, Luluc have certainly made their mark on the international scene. Their 2014 release "Passerby" is a collaboration of gorgeously crafted songs, slow burning melodies and delicate harmonies. 
  • Stella Angelico sings because she must, her voice and violent hip-shaking performance is an explosion of the untamed feminine. The daughter of cult cabaret darling Peaches La Crème and internationally renowned magician Sam Angelico, the world of music and performance course through Stella’s veins. Together with her band The Switch, get ready to shake, shimmy and roll! 
  • Self proclaimed "troubadour rock n rollist" group Skyscraper Stan and The Commission Flats are bringing their heartfelt performance to Queenscliff this year. The songs are catchy, intelligent, punchy and unique. Which doesn't mean anything unless it is good, and it is. 
  • Described "as the best young bluegrassers we have seen in Australia for a while" The Davidson Brothers are Australia's hottest bluegrass band. Performing together for over 20 years, they are fast becoming a big hit on the world stage. 
  • Archer, according to Archer, is an old-time sing song man. Born in North Carolina and currently residing in the Victorian countryside, he is a familiar busker, guitar plucker, writer and player of country bush blues. Every new song from Archer sounds 100 years old, in the best possible way! A musical drifter who picks up stories where ever he can and polishes them into honest songs, there is a sense with Archer that his music exists outside of this time. 
  • Jordan Rakei has recently been making waves internationally, touring his blend of lo fi, soul, hip hop and dub tunes, and turning everything he touches to gold. In a world that divides art by genre, and constantly seeks to quantify cool, Jordan is impossible to miss.
  • Gospel, folk, blues all at once could be used to describe the eclectic sound of Karl S. Williams. With Ida Belle, Bettie Mae and Beatrice (his acoustic guitar, banjo and keys respectively) Karl S. Williams delivers his songs with utter conviction, weaving beautiful ballads, stomping delta hollers, soulful rhythm and knee slapping blues.
  • Pearl magazine described Jesse Valach and Blues Mountain as "One of the genuine rising blues stars of Australia". Jesse weaves together intense guitar and soulful vocals and takes you on a journey from lights down low ballads to energetic shuffle romps delivered in a demanding fashion. 


ARCHER

DAVIDSON BROTHERS
JESSE VALACH & BLUES MOUNTAIN


JORDAN RAKEI


KARL S WILLIAMS


THE LITTLE STEVIES


LULUC


SKUNKHOUR


SKYSCRAPER STAN &
THE COMMISSION FLATS


STELLA ANGELICO

 

 

General Release 3 Tickets On Sale Now until Aug 31st or sold out
3 Day Adult - $200
VIP Silver Adult - $300
VIP Gold Adult - $400
2 Day (Sat & Sun) Adult - $165 

Friday Adult - $50 
Saturday Adult - $110 

Sunday Adult - $75 
Sunday Adult + Ferry - $90
3 Day Youth - $80 
Friday Youth - $25 
Saturday Youth - $55 
Sunday Youth - $40 
Sunday Youth + Ferry - $55
QMF Camping - $40
QMF Ferry - $112

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