Queenscliff Music Festival 2022 tickets are on sale now
05.05.2022

Queenscliff Music Festival 2022 tickets are on sale now

QMF 2019. The Cat Empire. Photo by David Harris

The beloved festival makes its highly-anticipated return to the Bellarine this November.

Fresh from delivering the region a host of incredible Australian talent with the inaugural By The Pier festival, the music jewel of the Bellarine the Queenscliff Music Festival is officially back for its usual November timeslot, with tickets to the beloved festival now on sale.

This will be the first Queenscliff Music Festival since its 2019 event, which featured one of the best collections of diverse musicians the Bellarine has seen in years.

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Taking over the Queenscliff foreshore from November 25-27, 2022 for its 24th event, there are currently three-day tickets available for $275+bf, granting access to all three days of the iconic festival; three-day youth tickets for 14-17-year-olds wanting to attend for $135+bf, $20 kids tickets for those aged 1-13, alongside three-day camping tickets for just $50. These babies are strictly limited and do sell out so if you want to bring a tent and camp for the festival, you’ll want to jump on this ASAP. There’s also glamping options available if you’re feeling a little more luxe.

For those coming from Melbourne, the QMF ferry tickets are also currently available, granting a return Sorrento to Queenscliff car ferry access.

Single-day tickets will go on sale in July, subject to availability.

While we don’t yet have a lineup for the long-awaited event, QMF has become a festival renowned for its impressive lineups over the past two decades.

Prior to cancelling its 24th event back in 2020, and again in 2021, the festival had just dropped its largest first lineup announcement that we’ve seen from the festival in years featuring an eclectic mix of homegrown acts including Archie Roach, The Bamboos, Client Liaison, Emma Donovan & The Putbacks, John Butler, Julia Stone, Sam Teskey, Bones and Jones, Telenova, Mama Kin Spender, William Crighton, Gordon Koang, Jess Ribeiro, Didirri, Kee’Ahn and Mark Seymour & The Undertow.

This saw ticket sales soar, with the festival revealing it was completely sold out in August.

With a proven history of delivering epic events and the return of international artists to Australian stages, we’re confident this year’s QMF lineup with be their best yet.

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