Queenscliff Music Festival Drops Set Times & Maps

24 October 2023 | 10:59 am | Mary Varvaris

Festival organisers have dropped the set times and maps to make planning that much easier for punters.

Queenscliff Music Festival

Queenscliff Music Festival (Credit: Lisa Kenny)

With just a month to go until Queenscliff Music Festival kicks off for another year, organisers have dropped the set times and maps to make planning that much easier for punters.

The first 30 acts were announced in June, revealing a stacked slate of Australian icons and newer artists like Something For Kate, Ian Moss, Illy, Boy & Bear, Alice Ivy, Dan Sultan and Jem Cassar-Daley, as well as internationals like G Love & Special Sauce, Aloe Blacc and Foy Vance.

In July, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls were added, with this year’s QMF adding to the itinerary for their biggest-ever Australian tour. Local legends Katy Steele and The Merindas, plus up-and-coming acts like Georgia State Line, Raccoon Dog, Burger Joint, Mood Spill, Frank Sultana’s Blues Band, Danika and Graham Moes were added alongside the British heroes.

With over 70 artists and 150+ performances over four days, it can’t be easy organising the journey to the Victorian coast without some kind of plan. That’s where the Queenscliff Music Festival comes in, revealing the timetable and maps for attendees.

Aside from instances of artists playing too early – Liz Stringer at 1 pm? Dan Sultan at 2:30? Foy Vance at 2 pm? – and a few clashes, such as Full Flower Moon Band performing at the same time as Chitra on the Friday (24 November), a slight clash between Aloe Blacc and The Merindas on the Saturday, and Boy & Bear starting with 15 minutes to go for WILSN’s set on the Sunday, the festival’s numerous stages and solid performing times make for a mostly stress-free event.

You can look at the set times in image form here or download Apple or Android apps to have the Queenscliff Music Festival details straight to your phone.

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From 23 to 26 November, festivalgoers can enjoy a line-up of incredible local talent, with a couple of international artists coming for the ride. 

This year’s multi-award-winning Queenscliff Music Festival will be a four-day celebration of live music, family-friendly activities, locally sourced gourmet produce, fine booze and more on the picturesque Bellarine Peninsula.

You can find tickets here.