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Full Line-Up Announced For The Fourth Airlie Beach Music Festival

By Mark Beale

The fourth Airlie Beach Music Festival brings 74 acts, including international and Australian legends, to The Whitsundays for four days of spectacular entertainment from Thursday 3 until Sunday 6 November, and is the largest event to be mounted in this intimate, coastal and tropical paradise.

Surrounded by the Coral Sea, the Airlie Beach Music Festival is set in the perfect location and where you’ll be immersed in the music emanating from eighteen stages throughout this idyllic community, dancing in the pristine beach sand and blissing out under the stars, surrounded by the unimaginable beauty of the environment.

The oceanfront festival is situated at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef with the Main Stage under a massive marquee located on the water at the Whitsundays Sailing Club.

This year’s sensational Airlie Beach Music Festival features iconic pioneers from much celebrated outfits, multi-awarded contemporary singer-songwriters and emerging acts who are winners of the Passport to Airlie Battle of the Bands – held in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

Where else would you be but soaking up the atmosphere and embracing this stellar line-up:

Richie Ramone (The Ramones USA)

James T (Canned Heat USA)

Tim Finn (Split Enz/Crowded House NZ)

Tiki Taane (Salmonella Dub NZ)

Sandi Thom (Scotland)

Bill Chambers (Dead Ringer Band/Festival Ambassador)

8 Ball Aitken (International Festival Ambassador)

Chad Morgan

Troy Cassar-Daley


Daryl Braithwaite (Sherbert)

Russell Morris

Phil Emmanuel & The Daisy Dukes


The Potbelleez

Mason Rack Band

Bourbon Street

Electrik Lemonade

Steady Eddy & Jolly Jingo

Chris Matthews

Kieran McCarthy

Wanta & Her Honky Tonk Bar Dwellers

The Hillbilly Goats

Rav Thomas


50 other great acts including the Passport to Airlie Battle of the Bands winners.


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