Queenscliff Music Festival 2023 early bird tickets are on sale now
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20.03.2023

Queenscliff Music Festival 2023 early bird tickets are on sale now

Photo via QMF socials.

The beloved Queenscliff Music Festival returns to the Bellarine this November.

Fresh from announcing its expansion into four days in 2023, the music jewel of the Bellarine – the Queenscliff Music Festival – have released its early bird tickets, which are on sale now to the general public.

Subscriber pre-sale tickets are already sold-out, as in previous years, so run, don’t walk if you want to secure tickets to the 25th QMF festival.

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Taking over the Queenscliff foreshore from November 23-26 2023, there are currently three-day early-bird tickets available for $269+bf, granting access to all three days of the iconic festival; the early-bird three-day youth tickets for 14-17-year-olds wanting to attend for $134+bf, $25 kids tickets for those aged 1-13, alongside the special Thursday passes.

Thursday tickets are sold separately at the time of purchase, so for punters that would like to come for all four days of QMF, buying your usual three-day ticket is recommended PLUS a Thursday ticket. You can always come back and purchase your Thursday ticket separately later too. The Thursday Night program will operate exclusively in existing venues throughout town, outside of the main festival arena, including the Queenscliff Brewhouse, the Queenscliff Town Hall, the Queenscliff Uniting Church and a couple more venues to be confirmed in the coming months.

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 and a half decades.

Taking place last year for the first time since 2019, the 24th event featured 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.

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.

Purchase tickets to the Queenscliff Music Festival here