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Queenscliff Music Festival Announces 2022 Lineup

Queenscliff Music Festival has announced an absolutely stacked lineup for 2022, with The Teskey Brothers and John Butler topping a list of more than 30 acts. Baker Boy, Middle Kids, Isabella Manfredi and RVG are also big drawcards on the exciting and diverse lineup. Vika & Linda, Seeker Lover Keeper, Mark Seymour & The Undertow and The Bamboos will also make the trip to Queenscliff.

Returning to Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula in November 2022, Queenscliff Music Festival will also provide a lineup just for kids, featuring Bluey & Bingo at the Bluey Live Interactive Experience, plus ARIA Award-winning band the Teeny Tiny Stevies.

Queenscliff Music Festival returns over the final weekend of November

The all-ages event attracts more than 10,000 punters every year, filling the spaces of Queenscliff’s iconic streetscape with Australian live music across three main festival stages. Hosted just 90 minutes from Melbourne, the festival is set against the stunning backdrop of sandy beaches, cliff walks, historic piers and ocean water.

Queenscliff Music Festival is happening from Friday, 25th – Sunday, 27th November and tickets are on sale now. You can look at the full lineup below.

Queenscliff Music Festival 2022

  • The Bad Dad Orchestra
  • Baker Boy
  • The Bamboos
  • Banjo Lucia
  • Ben Mastwyk & His Millions
  • Bluey Live Interactive Experience
  • Bones & Jones
  • Bud Rokesky
  • Bumpy
  • Cat & Clint
  • Emma Donovan & the Putbacks
  • Fanny Lumsden
  • Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham
  • Folk Bitch Trio
  • Isabella Manfredi
  • Jess Ribeiro
  • John Butler
  • Kee’ahn
  • Little Quirks
  • Mark Seymour & the Undertow
  • Middle Kids
  • Monique Clare
  • Rambal
  • Raul Midón
  • RVG
  • Seeker Lover Keeper
  • The Seven Ups
  • Steph Strings
  • The Stetson Family
  • Teeny Tiny Stevies
  • The Teskey Brothers
  • Tuck Shop Ladies
  • Vika & Linda
  • William Crighton
  • Zoë Fox & the Rocket Clocks

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