The Queenscliff Music Festival has set its sights on achieving something like an Olympic Gold status with their second line up announcement! The festival will feature 55 artists and 150 performances over five stages this year, with tickets already on sale and selling quite well! For all ticketing details, visit www.qmf.net.au.
Check out the recent additions to the festival's line up here:
With the move last year to the gorgeous seaside surrounds of Princess Park, Queenscliff Music Festival has been revitalized anew with early bird tickets sold out already, but with this killer lineup announcement it's likely that general sale tickets will fly out the door! Have a peep at the lineup so far:
There's been a slew of festival news coming through the pipelines as of late, so we've compacted it all into a teeny-tiny bitesize morsel of deliciousness. Well, maybe if your mouth was as big as Linda Lovelace, and the morsel was se...you know what, let's not go there. Read on!
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The last day of The Queenscliff Music Festival thankfully provided some welcome respite from the rain, in fact the sun was out and we could once again walk the streets of the pretty little town on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Upon arrival at the festival grounds, Kimbra, the woman out of the moment, was in full flight, belting out a selection of tunes from her hit debut Vows, as well as some newer material.
Day 2 of The Queenscliff Music Festival began with surprisingly drinkable coffee from a van, and an interesting discussion about the current state of the Australian music industry at The Vue Grand, a beautiful hotel in the middle of town, which was organised by Music Victoria and mediated by its CEO, Patrick Donovan.
The Queenscliff Music Festival takes place over the weekend of 25-26-27 November and the organisers are clearly revving up the heat this summer with the critical first round of artists revealing some significant names on the cards with old school meeting modernity meeting new wave… showcasing the best in past, present and future Australian and world music.