Hot on the heels of impressive first and second announcements, the 21st Queenscliff Music Festival has unveiled the latest artists joining the line up for 2018.
Now playing between Friday 23 – Sunday 25 November will be the likes of Australian music legends The Black Sorrows with Vika & Linda Bull, festival favourite Vince Peach, singer-songwriter Al Parkinson, duos The Twoks and This Way North, bluegrass five-piece The Collingwood Casanovas, hip-hop-rock trio The Cool Calm, Sydney blues artist Jesse Redwing and alt-country couple Montgomery Church. Nahko and Medicine for the People’s energetic violinist Tim Snider (USA) will also be coming Down Under to showcase.
Queenscliff Music Festival are also excited to announce the Festival of Small Halls will be coming to Queenscliff this year. The Festival of Small Halls is a series of tours that takes the best folk and contemporary acoustic artists and sends them on the road to tiny halls in communities all over Australia. It is produced by Woodfordia Inc, this year in partnership with QMF. The artist line-up for Small Halls incorporates one Australian artist and one International touring artist, and in 2018 QMF will host Juno-nominated Canadian folk-pop duo Madison Violet and growling Aussie blues-folk troubadour Harry Jakamarra.
And in the latest ticket news, 2 Day Saturday + Sunday tickets are now sold out, with 3 Day and all single day tickets selling fast, and prices set to increase on Saturday 1st September, so be sure to secure your tickets ASAP!
The third line up announcement is:
The Black Sorrows with Vika & Linda Bull
The Collingwood Casanovas
The Cool Calm
Madison Violet (CAN)
Tim Snider (USA)
This Way North
Tickets: 2 Day tickets sold out! Everything else selling fast – prices increase 1st Sept
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