Seats Available

You’ll see all four acts!

If you wish to ride The Blues Train over the festival weekend, please note that accommodation on the QMF weekend is limited. However, there are many transport options available to and from neighbouring towns on the Bellarine. Check our Transport FAQ here. For local accommodation options, check out our Stay page on the website.

The Blues Train runs independently from Queenscliff Music Festival. For the ultimate weekend, why not ride the train and enjoy the music festival (tickets sold separately).

If you do have a ticket to QMF, why not combine your festival experience with a trip on The Blues Train? For all updates and information regarding the last weekend in November, be sure to join our VIP Member list.

Carriage A

Phil & Denzil Para

Born from the necessity to continue working and playing music during the Covid lockdown, Phil and his multi-instrumentalist son, Denzil began streaming duo gigs from home a couple of times a week.

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Carriage B

Anna Scionti

Anna Scionti is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and bottleneck slide player making music steeped in blues, roots and rock on cigar box, resonator, and six-string guitar. Scionti’s 2020 album JUNKBOX RACKET marks the follow up to ‘Orphan Diary’ - nominee for ‘Best Blues Album’ at the 2019 Music Victoria Awards.

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Carriage C

Mission Brown

3 Piece cigarbox guitar band Mission Brown dishing up Juke Joint style live shows across Melbourne town and beyond. Slide guitar, incessant beat and raucous vocals dealing with drinking and other hillbilly-ish doings that all adds up to a sh-t kickin’ barrel of fun. Channeling the past but with a sound of their own.

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Carriage D

Lazy Eye

Think B.B. King sharing a scotch with Booker T at the Crossroads after midnight. With more awards than you can poke a mojo hand at, what started out as a hair-brained idea between two friends medicating their way through jazz school over a bottle of red has taken them on an adventure that spans the globe. Their multiple gongs, in fact, suggest Lazy Eye delivers some of the best original blues Australia has to offer.

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