Can’t do a three-day festival? Here’s how to get single day tickets to Queenscliff Music Festival
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01.07.2022

Can’t do a three-day festival? Here’s how to get single day tickets to Queenscliff Music Festival

2022 QMF tickets are now on sale.

In case you missed it, the music jewel of the Bellarine, the Queenscliff Music Festival, is back with its full lineup for 2022 – and it is a ripper!

Returning for its long-awaited 24th year this November, the Peninsula will welcome the likes of beloved Melbourne blues-rockers The Teskey Brothers, one of Australia’s premier alternative songwriters and storytellers John Butler, Oz rock royalty Vika & Linda, indie rock music supergroup Seeker Lover Keeper, Hunters & Collectors’ frontman Mark Seymour & The Undertow, as well as the nine-piece band The Bamboos, who have been bringing the funk to Australian stages for more than 20 years.

Stay up to date with what’s happening in and around the region here

With a huge focus on homegrown talent, Fanny Lumsden, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, Felicity Urquhart & Josh Cunningham, William Crighton, Steph Strings, Kee’ahn, The Seven Ups, Jess Ribeiro, Little Quirks, Ben Mastwyk & His Millions, Bumpy, Zoe Fox & The Rocket Clocks, Bones & Jones, Folk Bitch Trio, Banjo Lucia, Rambal, Raul Midon, The Bad Dad Orchestra, Bud Rokesky, Monique Clare, The Stetson Family and Cat & Clint will also be heading to the Bellarine at the end of the year, as well as Bluey & Bingo at the Bluey Live Interactive Experience, plus ARIA Award-winning kids band the Teeny Tiny Stevies for the kiddies.

Huge right!?

If you’re keen to head on down to the beautiful Bellarine and immerse yourself in the crème de la crème of Australian music, but you’re way past doing the whole multiple-day fest, QMF has your back with the release of its highly coveted single-day tickets.

Going on sale today, July 1, the festival has dropped single tickets to each day of the festival – Friday, Saturday and Sunday – available to both adults and youths. Prices vary, depending on the day, but it’s around $100 for adults and $50 for youths. Keep in mind this is first release, and as time goes on, these prices will likely rise.

2022 First Release Ticket Prices

Friday Adult – $99
Friday Youth – $49
Saturday Adult – $129
Saturday Youth – $69
Sunday Adult – $109
Sunday Youth – $59

You can check out which artists are performing on which day here, which may help inform your decision. While these schedules can change, it looks like Friday will feature John Butler, Isabella Manfredi, and Middle Kids; Saturday will feature The Bamboos, RVG, Bumpy, Bones & Jones and Baker Boy; while Sunday has Jess Ribeiro, Little Quirks, Kee’ahn, and The Teskey Brothers.

If you are keen to go all in, three-day tickets are already on sale, at $275 for adults and $135 for accompanied youth (14-17). Unfortunately there will be no two day tickets available in 2022. You can also bring the little ones for just $20 – because this epic festival is incredibly family-friendly – sold in conjunction with an Adult ticket.

QMF has long been the ideal weekend getaway for music lovers of all tastes and walks of life being just 90 minutes from Melbourne with festival goers treated to the best the Australian live music scene has to offer while sampling the delights of local and Bellarine craft produce.

The 24th Queenscliff Music Festival runs across 25 + 26 + 27 November 2022. You can find out more and purchase your 2022 tickets here