More than 85 per cent of QMF tickets sold

August 17, 2021 BY

Didirri, seen here at January’s Sounds Better Together concert, is on the bill for the 2021 Queenscliff Music Festival. Photo: JAMES TAYLOR

INTEREST in the Queenscliff Music Festival (QMF) is as high as ever if early bird sales are any indication, with more than 85 per cent of the total ticket allocation for 2021 snapped up as of Wednesday last week.

Tickets to this year’s QMF went on sale on July 1, and organisers announced that prices had increased as of Friday last week.

“We have experienced unprecedented sales following our lineup announcement last week,” organisers wrote in an email to subscribers.

“We’ve really felt the love. Thank you all so much!

“At this pace we’re expecting tickets to sell out soon. If you’re planning to come, we’d encourage you to buy now to avoid missing out!”

The festival is set to be held between November 26-28.

Organisers have reminded purchasers that should the QMF not proceed this year, ticketholders can either hold onto their ticket and use it at a rescheduled festival or request a refund.

The 2021 QMF lineup was revealed on July 30. In no particular order, some of the artists listed to perform are:

  • Archie Roach
  • The Bamboos
  • Client Liaison
  • Emma Donovan & The Putbacks
  • John Butler
  • Julia Stone
  • Sam Teskey
  • Bones and Jones
  • William Crighton
  • Didirri
  • Mama Kin Spender
  • Gordon Koang
  • Jess Ribeiro
  • Kee’Ahn
  • Mark Seymour & The Undertow, and
  • Telenova.

The limited number of tickets available in 2021 because of COVID restrictions mean there are new ticket types this year:

  • 3 Day Adult
  • 3 Day Accompanied Youth
  • 3 Day Adult + 1 Child
  • 3 Day Adult + 2 Children
  • 3 Day Adult + 3 Children.

For more information or to purchase tickets, head to the QMF website.

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