Queenscliff Music Festival drops yet another lineup announcement
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17.08.2022

Queenscliff Music Festival drops yet another lineup announcement

Queenscliff Music Festival

This is the third Queenscliff Music Festival lineup drop! Daddy Long Legs, Felix Riebl, Andrew Gurruwiwi Band and more join the music jewel of the Bellarine's next edition.

In the lead-up to the November festival, Queenscliff Music Festival announced even more stellar acts to join their already rocking 2022 lineup.

Attracting more than 10,000 music lovers of all ages annually, the beloved event will see the intimate spaces of Queenscliff’s iconic streetscape transformed by live music while the crème de la crème of the music industry will be pumping out their golden sounds across three main festival stages.

Queenscliff Music Festival lineup drops

  • Queenscliff Music Festival has revealed even more acts on its 2022 lineup
  • Over 30 bands and performers are set to appear at the festival, with more to be announced
  • The festival takes place November 25 – 27, 2022 and tickets are on sale now

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Returning for its long-awaited 24th year this November, the Peninsula will welcome the likes of beloved Brooklyn, NY-based Daddy Long Legs, described by Rolling Stone Magazine as “like Chicago blues fired at the moon, played by the demented children of the Pretty Things”, along with Australia’s own blues goddess Mia Dyson on her return from the US.

Cat Empires’ musical maestro Felix Riebl will perform his new album Everyday Amen which is set for release on the eve of the Festival, whilst rapper producer/ multi-instrumentalist Joelistics guarantees new dance floor moves and San Lazaro, a tribe of long-lost Latinos with backgrounds from Chile and Uruguay to Cuba to Catalonia bring the hip shaking Latin vibes.

The high energy eight piece funk and reggae sensation, Andrew Gurruwiwi Band have honed their chops on the beach at Birrtjimi and in the dirt of Yirrkala and write real funk jams in their native tongue, which will introduce QMF audiences to their unique and truly fresh Yolngu Funk sound, a style only hinted at previously on the impossible-to-find pair of 7-inches cut by George Rrurrambu & Birdwave. Just like King Stingray and Baker Boy before them, the Andrew Gurruwiwi Band are the next hot musical act to burst out of Arnhem Land.

Indie folk darling Emily Lubitz brings her timeless voice whilst Sam Teskey steps away from his band of brothers to take the centre stage with his new solo project. Woodfordia’s Festival of Small Halls feature Canada’s celtic fusion stars, Inn Echo along with singer songwriter sweetheart, Sam Buckingham, and those discerning disciples of some of history’s all-time great southern, blues, country, gospel, soul and rock bands Sweet Talk present real music by real people!

Comedian Andrew Hansen, best known for his work with The Chaser will join comedian Blogger Jude Perl to bring the laughs.

QMF is an event for all ages and the kids are never forgotten! Added to the line up are podcast superstars The Beanies who join already announced The Bluey Live Interactive Experience and the Teeny Tiny Stevies.

This delectable round of QMF 2022 artists join already announced talents includes Baker Boy, The Bad Dad Orchestra, The Bamboos, Banjo Lucia, Ben Mastwyk & His Millions, Bones & Jones, Bud Rokesky, Bumpy, Cat & Clint, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Fanny Lumsden, Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham, Folk Bitch Trio, Isabella Manfredi, Jess Ribeiro, John Butler, Kee’ahn, Little Quirks, Mark Seymour & The Undertow, Middle Kids, Monique Clare, Rambal, Raul Midon, RVG, Seeker Lover Keeper, The Seven Ups, Steph Strings, The Stetson Family, The Teskey Brothers, Vika & Linda, William Crighton, Zoe Fox & The Rocket Clocks PLUS The Kids Stage offerings include Bluey & Bingo at the Bluey Live Interactive Experience, and Teeny Tiny Stevies amongst others.

QMF has long been the ideal weekend getaway for music lovers of all tastes and walks of life being just 90 minutes from Melbourne with festival goers treated to the best the Australian live music scene has to offer while sampling the delights of local and Bellarine craft produce. You won’t want to miss it’s glorious return.

The 24th Queenscliff Music Festival runs across 25 + 26 + 27 November 2022. Purchase tickets to the Queenscliff Music Festival here