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Victoria’s New Music Festival Is By The Pier

by Paul Cashmere on November 22, 2021

in News,Noise Pro

Victoria has a new music festival for 2022. By The Pier will be held in March in Queenscliff.

The complete event will take place over three days featuring Vera Blue, Client Liaison, San Cisco, Julia Stone, Briggs, Electric Fields, Jarryd James, Harvey Sutherland, Thandi Phoenix, Kim Churchill , Pierce Brothers, Sam Teskey, Didirri, Southern River Band,Telenova, Mama Kin Spender, Ryan Downey, Maple Glider, Bones & Jones, Cry Baby, Isabella Khalife, Hassall + Weekend DJs Chook & Moluck.

Director Andrew Orvis says ‘we’re super excited to see the return of music festivals and to be able to present such a stellar line up of Aussie artists for our inaugural event. We can’t wait to party in Queenscliff with you in March”.

Friday March 25
SAN CISCO
Electric Fields, Pierce Brothers, Sam Teskey
Bones & Jones, Cry Baby

Saturday March 26
CLIENT LIAISON, JULIA STONE, BRIGGS
Harvey Sutherland, Southern River Band, Telenova
Mama Kin Spender, Ryan Downey, Hassall

Sunday March 27
VERA BLUE
Jarryd James, Thandi Phoenix, Kim Churchill, Didirri
Maple Glider, Isabella Khalife

Single day tickets will be available from $79 and Weekend tickets from $199.

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