Queenscliff Music Festival 2nd Lineup Announcement

The 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival lineup has expanded, with the addition of 10 more acts.

The second lineup announcement for the 19th annual event sees Augie March, L-Fresh the Lion. and The Snowdroppers join the fray, alongside hard-hitting Hammond Organ Trio Cookin’ on 3 Burners, who will be performing with special guest frontman Tex Perkins.

Rounding out the latest crop of lineup additions are TISM frontman Damian Cowell’s Disco Machine, Tinpan Orange, Raised by Eagles, All Our Exes Live in Texas, Morgan Bain and Blue Eyes Cry.

They join previously announced acts Angus & Julia Stone, Hoodoo Gurus, Kate Miller-Heidke and Paul Dempsey on the coastal Victorian event’s mammoth 2015 bill, which is set to blow out with a whopping THREE MORE LINEUP ANNOUNCEMENTS TO COME.

The boutique festival has promised future additions will include more international artists, joining an anticipated 70 acts over its three-day programme.

Outside of its huge, eclectic bill, QMF are also promising that their 2015 event will be an all-inclusive experience.

“Everyone who comes to QMF is very important, so we’re looking after the masses rather than the 1% this year,” said Festival Director Andrew Orvis. “What was the VIP lounge at previous festivals will now have an open door policy for all to enjoy, so everyone will be Very Important at QMF 2015.”

Queenscliff Music Festival 2015 will run from Friday 27th – Sunday 29th November. Early bird tickets are on sale now, check out the full festival details below.

Watch: Augie March – Never Been So Sad

Friday, 27th November – Sunday, 29th November, 2015

Queenscliff Music Festival

Queenscliff, Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria

Tickets: www.qmf.net.au

2015 Lineup So Far:

Augie March

Cookin’ on 3 Burners featuring Tex Perkins

L-Fresh the Lion

The Snowdroppers

Damian Cowell’s Disco Machine

Tinpan Orange

Raised by Eagles

All Our Exes Live in Texas

Morgan Bain

Blue Eyes Cry


Angus & Julia Stone

Hoodoo Gurus

Kate Miller-Heidke

Paul Dempsey

John Williamson

Melbourne Ska Orchestra

Robert Forster




Ainslie Wills

Hey Frankie

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