Queenscliff Music Festival will return to Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula over the final weekend of November 2022. The festival organisers have shared a sneak peak of this year’s lineup.
Yolŋu hip hop artist Baker Boy will be there, playing tracks from his debut album, Gela. Isabella Manfredi, formerly of Sydney band The Preatures, will perform material from her upcoming debut solo album, including the recent singles, ‘Jealousy’ and ‘One Hit Wonder’.
Indie pop trio Middle Kids will travel to Queenscliff armed with material from their ARIA-winning 2021 album, Today We’re the Greatest, and their 2018 debut, Lost Friends. Melbourne band RVG will bring a dose sneering, heartfelt indie rock, as heard on their excellent 2020 album, Feral.
Queenscliff Music Festival runs from Friday, 25th – Sunday, 27th November. The festival typically draws a crowd of around 10,000 people. QMF features three stages, transforming the small town of Queenscliff into a festive haven. Queenscliff is situated on Wadawurrung Country, approximately 90 minutes from Melbourne.
Tickets for the 2022 festival are on sale now. 3-day adult tickets are $275. 3-day accompanied youth (14-17) tickets are $135. Tickets for children 1-13 are $20 (sold in conjunction with an adult ticket). Camping costs an additional $50; glamping tickets are available from $670. Single day tickets will go on sale on Friday, 1st July.
Queenscliff Music Festival 2022
Friday, 25th Nov, Saturday, 26th Nov & Sunday 27th Nov – Queenscliff, VIC
- Baker Boy
- Isabella Manfredi
- Middle Kids