QUEENSCLIFF MUSIC FESTIVAL DROPS KILLER FIRST LINE UP ANNOUNCE AHEAD OF 24th FESTIVAL THIS NOVEMBER 26-28.
The Bellarine Peninsula will be rocking to the sounds of music again this summer as Queenscliff Music Festival announces plans for November 2021.
This year's Festival will operate with a heavily reduced capacity, and with carry over tickets from 2020 tickets are already sitting at 65% sold.
With the focus on our plethora of incredible homegrown talent the first line up announce features a veritable who's who of Aussie music icons including Archie Roach, Ausecuma Beats, Banjo Lucia, Beans, Ben Mastwyk & His Millions, Bluey Live Experience, Bones and Jones, Brian Cadd, Bumpy, Cat & Clint, Client Liaison, Didirri, Electric Fields,Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham, Folk Bitch Trio, Gordon Koang, Jess Ribeiro, John Butler, Julia Stone, Kee’Ahn, Little Quirks, Mama Kin Spender, Maple Glider, Mark Seymour & The Undertow, Martha Marlow, Pierce Brothers, Rambal, Ryan Downey, Sam Teskey, Seeker Love Keeper, Steph Strings Teeny Tiny Stevies, Telenova, The Bad Dad Orchestra, The Bamboos, The Dreggs, The Seven Ups, The Stetson Family, ThornBird (Vikki Thorn of The Waifs), Tuck Shop Ladies, William Crighton, Zoe Fox & The Rocket Clocks.
QMF once again shows just how family friendly the event is. The kids will have the opportunity to see Bluey & Bingo at the Bluey Live Interactive Experience, plus ARIA Award winning kids band the Teeny Tiny Stevies.
QMF is a weekend-long celebration of live music, family-friendly activities, craft beers and spirits, fine wines, locally sourced gourmet produce and more. The festival's beach setting and picturesque locations attract music lovers from all over the country looking to soak up the laid back vibes and incredible eclectic mix of music on offer. The festival team are also highly aware of their environmental footprint as an event that sees thousands of people come through each year, and are immensely proud of the 95% of waste they were able to divert from landfill in 2019. The festival was a recipient of a Premiers Sustainability Award for their 2019 efforts.
So quick stix on the tix and get Bellarine bound for three days of sensational sounds from all corners of the country. Heck… we’re all going to need to let our hair down by November!
The 24th Queenscliff Music Festival will run from 26 - 28 November 2021