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Queenscliff Music Festival 2013 Line Up Announced

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 24, 2013

Queenscliff Music Festival is returning this year with a line-up of some of the best Aussie musical flavour going around. The 17th installment of the event will see The Living End take out pole position as headliners, with John Butler Trio, The Grates, Spiderbait and Blue King Brown also on the bill.

Early-bird tickets have been totally sold out for the 3-day event and, considering the fact that the above bands will be on the same bill as The Screaming Jets, Thelma Plum, Russell Morris and Chance Waters, general release tickets are sure to be snapped up quick smart as well, so there’s no time to lollygag.

Such was the case with the event’s official warm-up gig, QMF Winter Warmup which took place last Saturday to a sold-out crowd. It was then that the full line up was revealed for the first time, no doubt to the overwhelming approval of those in attendance.

Organisers have also detailed an array of ticketing options, as well as ferry ticket information, which will be very useful for those wishing to head out for the event. All remaining ticket packages are on sale now!

Queenscliff Music Festival 2013

Fri, 22nd November – Sunday, 24th November
Princess Park, Queenscliff
Tix: Tickets and information from http://www.qmf.net.au/tickets

The Living End
John Butler Trio
The Grates
Spiderbait
Blue King Brown
Saskwatch
The Screaming Jets
Busby Marou
Thelma Plum
Chance Waters
Melbourne Ska Orchestra
The Basics
Underground Lovers
Russell Morris
Northeast Party House
Darren Percival
Eagle and the Worm
Jeff Lang
The Preatures
Jasmine Rae
The Trouble With Templeton
Chris Russell’s Chicken Walk
Mason Rack Band
The Brow Horn Orchestra
The Pigs
Papa Pilko and the Binrats
Stompy and the Heat
EMPRA
The Frowning Clouds
King of the North
Transvaal Diamond Syndicate
Patrick James
+ more to be announced

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