QMF DOUBLES TALENT FOR 23RD PARTY
This year’s Queenscliff Music Festival line-up continues to expand as event organisers reveal the second round of headline acts.
Mojo Juju, Remi, Kent Burnside, Ross Wilson and Joe Pug are among the latest local and global names taking the iconic stage this November.
Having reached sell-out point at each of its last three instalments, QMF 2019 is looking to advance its popularity in its 23rd year of crowd-pleasing.
Locked in for November 22-November 24, the festival will celebrate the beauty of the Bellarine Peninsula accompanied by the best live music, craft beers, fine wines, local produce and family-friendly activities.
The coastal town will continue its commitment to sustainability, with recycled picnic tables and benches to
feature at the premises across the three-day event.
Second line up announcement:
Devorah, Doc Halibut, GraceJean, Ian Noe (USA), Joe Pug (USA), Karen Lee Andrews, Kent Burnside (USA), Mojo Juju, Nano Stern (CHL), Remi, Ross Wilson, Sky Eater, Tanya George, The Barren Spinsters, The Long Johns, The Mamas, The New Savages, The Strides, The Swamp Stompers and The Weeping Willows.
They join the already announced artists Allensworth (USA), Alysha Brilla (CAN), Amaru Tribe, Ash Grunwald, Brekky Boy, The Cat Empire, Charlie Collins, Claire Anne Taylor, Clare Bowditch, The Delta Riggs, Dubarray, Fools, Hiatus Kaiyote, Merpire, Missy Higgins, Newton Faulkner (UK), Paul McDermott & Gatesy, Steve Poltz (USA), Stevie Jean, Tim Finn (NZ), Troy Cassar-Daley, The Waifs.
For more information, visit qmf.net.au.