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Stellar line-up for Queensland Music Trails

01 February 2023

Towns from Cunnamulla to Jimbour will feel the pulse of the new Queensland Music Trails with a stellar array of talent announced today for the first three Trail events in 2023.

The first three of six trails to be developed by the Queensland Music Festival, backed by the Queensland Government’s $20 million support, include the Outback Trail (April 13-21), the Scenic Rim Trail (April 28-30) and the Southern Trail (May 5-7).

QMF will also support the Festival of the Outback Opera (May 16-22) featuring the Festival Opening at The Royal Theatre, Long Lunch and Dark Sky Serenade at Winton, and Singing in the Night at Camden Park Station, Opera Ball and Lady Sings the Maroons at Longreach.

The 2021 Outback Trail pilot supported 33 jobs and raked in $8.4 million for the state. These new trails are anticipated to draw huge crowds

Lime Cordiale, Jem Cassar-Daley, Karl S Willliams, C. W. Stoneking and Opera Queensland were among the headline acts who will take to the stage in over a dozen regional locations.

Subscribe to Queensland Music Trails to access the ticket presale from February 8. General public tickets go on sale on February 14.