Airlie Beach Festival of Music to Commence Next Month

With hopes that nothing will cause Queensland into another sudden lockdown next month, Tourism Whitsundays have confirmed that the Airlie Beach Festival of Music will be playing on stages across the tourist town from 5-7 November 2021. Music lovers can look forward to performances by big-name musicians and emerging local artists including The Angels, John Schumann (Redgum), Shane Howard (Goanna), The Red Rockin’ Dirt Band, Troy Cassar-Daley, Russell Morris, Toni Childs, SarahMcLeod(The Superjesus), Alex Lloyd, Busby Marou ,Rick Price and Butterfingers.

The Whitsunday Sailing Club will be home to the events main stage, with other venues spanning the foreshore and marina to the town’s bars and restaurants taking part in their own variety of events.

Having to cancel the 2020 Festival was devastating so I am beyond thrilled to welcome a stellar line-up of artists and musicians to play venues throughout the gorgeous Airlie Beach.

Like all events this year, we have had to adapt to travel restrictions with some of our originally programmed interstate artists unable to attend But we are all systems go and our new line-up includes some huge Aussie music legends, Queensland touring artists and talented locals.

I’m also delighted that audiences will have the chance to discover and support the ‘next big thing’ with Passport to Airlie , Australia’s largest live original music competition where finalists perform at the Festival and the winner scores a spot on the main stage in 2022.

We need to support the next generation of internationally famous Australian acts so I invite everyone to check out the Festival’s incredible program and support live, original music at a grassroots level.

Tickets to Airlie Beach Festival of Music start at $300 for the three-day pass, which also includes entry to the Passport to Airlie finals and After Party event. For a full list of ticket prices, event listing and up-to-date news on the festival, click HERE.


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