The Queenscliff Music Festival, staged annually on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula, has announced the addition of Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals to their three-day line-up, from Friday November 25 to Sunday November 27.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the festival, Ben Harper and band will headline the main stage on closing day, Sunday.
QMF weekend tickets are on sale now; single day tickets will be available from July 1. Visit qmf.net.au for details.
The addition of the QMF headline performance has required scheduling changes to Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals’ Call It What It Is Tour dates in Perth and Adelaide.
The Adelaide show at AEC Theatre has moved one day later to Monday November 28 (previously Sunday November 27).
The Perth show at Kings Park & Botanic Garden moves to Wednesday November 30 (previously Tuesday November 29).
The venues in both Adelaide and Perth remain unchanged.
For existing Adelaide and Perth ticketholders – tickets will be valid for the rescheduled show dates in each city without the need for ticket exchange.
Patrons who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates may obtain a refund from the point of purchase before 5pm (local time) on Monday July 18, 2016. The relevant ticketing agent will provide details of how to obtain refunds if required.
In further news, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals will be supported on their Australian
dates by very special guests, Pierce Brothers.
Pierce Brothers have taken their music from busking on the streets of Melbourne to the world. They have been selling out rooms across UK, Europe and North America. Comprising twin brothers Jack and Pat Pierce, the multi instrumentalists have sold more than 50,000 EPs independently including the hit ARIA Top 10 EP, Into The Dirt.
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
Visit livenation.com.au for complete tour and ticketing details.
‘ON THE STEPS’, OPERA HOUSE FORECOURT, SYDNEY – TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22
THE RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE – THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24
SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL, MELBOURNE – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26
QUEENSCLIFF MUSIC FESTIVAL, VICTORIA – SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27
AEC THEATRE, ADELAIDE – MONDAY NOVEMBER 28
(previously Sunday November 27)
KINGS PARK & BOTANIC GARDEN, PERTH – WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30
(previously Tuesday November 29)
For complete tour and ticket information, visit: