Queenscliff Music Festival 2017

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Riding high after a spectacular 20th birthday edition in 2016, Queenscliff Music Festival 2017, running Friday 24 to Sunday 26 November, is set to impress with a first line up announcement rich in Australian talent. Held annually in the last weekend of November, the festival has carved a clear position as one of Australia’s great music festivals, boutique in size yet impressively broad it its appeal, evidenced by a sell-out event last year. 2017 will once again feature a program of leading Australian acts and emerging talent, plus special international guests, with many more acts yet to be revealed.

More than just music, the festival presents an arts & comedy component (which this year will feature Sammy J alongside a jam packed comedy line up), as well as plenty of colourful entertainment options for the kids, and locally sourced gourmet food & wine produce for the adults. The festival has become renowned for appealing to music lovers of all kinds, as well as being one of Australia’s best family friendly events.

Set against a backdrop of sun, surf & sea in Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula, Queenscliff Music Festival has once again attracted an array of exciting and eclectic local and international talent.

Artists Announced to Date

Allysha Joy
The Bamboos
The Beautiful Girls (Learn Yourself & Morning Sun 15th Anniversary Show)
Beccy Cole
Bernard Fanning
Bob Evans
The East Pointers (CAN)
Freya Josephine Hollick
Gabriel Garzon-Montano (USA)
Hat Fitz & Cara
Hot Potato Band
Irish Mythen (IRE/CAN)
Jazz Party
Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen (USA)
Lindi Ortega (CAN)
Little Georgia
mama kin spender
Mia Dyson
Nai Palm
Ron Artis II & The Truth (USA)
Sammy J
The Southern River Band
Stella Donnelly
The Temper Trap
The Teskey Brothers
Too Many Zooz (USA)
Travis Bowlin (USA)
The Wilson Pickers
Xavier Rudd
Yothu Yindi & The Treaty Project

3 & 2 Day tickets on sale now and selling fast! Single day tickets on sale now.

Tickets and info: www.qmf.net.au

Facebook: www.facebook.com/queenscliffmusfest
Twitter: twitter.com/QueenscliffFest
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/QueenscliffMusicFest

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  1. Breaking Benjamin is my favourite band of 90s. Breaking Benjamin had so many hit songs! The ones I remember are ‘The Diary of Jane’, ‘Tourniquet’ and their hit ‘So Cold’. These are real masterpieces, not fake ones like today! And it is awesome that they have a tour in 2020! So I’m going to visit their concert in 2019. Maybe we can even visit one of the Benjamin’s together!

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