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Courtney Barnett, The Whitlams and more to play Queenscliff Music Festival 2018

We're going coastal. 

it's that time of the year again – the annual Queenscliff Music Festival is coming around once more, and judging by the first acts announced it’s going to be another awesome affair.

Courtney Barnett will close out this year’s festival, bringing her band, fan favourites and latest hits to the Queenscliff stage. Barnett has been winning the world over with her observational lyrics and delightfully deadpan delivery, performing everywhere from The Tonight Show to Conan and touring extensively since late 2015.

The late great Indigenous Australian musician Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu will be honoured with a special live performance of his final album Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow). It will be brought to life by a 16-piece orchestra from the Australian National Academy of Music and feature an array of very special vocalists and performers.

Other Australian artists jumping on board the Bellarine bandwagon for 2018 are country music darling Kasey Chambers, The Whitlams, Sarah Blasko, The Herd and Milk Records troubadour Fraser A. Gorman. 

Queenscliff Music Festival First Announce

19-Twenty
Carla Geneve
Courtney Barnett
Donavon Frankenreiter (USA)
Fraser A Gorman
Gurrumul’s Djarimirri Live
The Herd
Kasey Chambers
The Little Stevies
Oh Pep!
Osaka Monaurail (JPN)
Sarah Blasko
Teeny Tiny Stevies
Tripod
The Turner Brown Band (USA)
The Whitlams

The 2018 Queenscliff Music Festival will be held from Friday 23 - Sunday 25 November.