Bring the family, and come and join us at the Queenscliff Harbour for a fun filled family night, with family entertainment and music from 6.30pm with balloons and the amazing Dazzling Dan known as the Magic Man who has the ability to create magical entertainment that engages children and adults. For all those very young at heart there is music to dance and sing along with, and then showcasing a spectacular firework’s display at 9.30pm.
International artist Jordie Lane and the Sleepers will headline New Year’s Eve, supported by Baby Blue and local artist Holly Joyce and together will we welcome in the New year. Midnight will showcase another spectacular display of fireworks.
The event will be held at the Queenscliff Harbour in the restaurant precinct, all the restaurants are open and setting up delicious menu offerings and service.
Tickets are $20 per person, and available – HERE.
Children under 16 free. All ages event. Start 6.30pm onwards.
JORDIE LANE – With a career spanning just 9 years, 8 releases under his belt, named in Melbourne Magazine’s 100 most influential people, and nominated for Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s ‘Barry Award’, Jordie Lane is widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters. WATCH VIDEO
BABY BLUE – Beginning as a solo project for Melbourne’s Rhea Caldwell, Baby Blue has since grown into a rocking, rollicking four-piece combining 60’s rock, folk, and pop. Baby Blue’s songs still retain the folk backbone – that storytelling, those intimate moments – but have grown to an electrifying roar. WATCH VIDEO
HOLLIE JOYCE – Wild, unconventional and ruthlessly blunt, Hollie Joyce is a songwriter completely in control of her craft. Combining fervent lyrics with distorted and at times eerie tones, Joyce has established a compelling sound that doesn’t hold back. WATCH VIDEO
DAZZLING DAN – Dazzling Dan the Magic Man performs first class magic shows, combining cheeky comedy with unexpected surprises. Children know Dazzling Dan the Magic Man for his colourful storytelling and enchanted show, while adults know ‘Dan’ for his quick wit and sleight of hand. WATCH VIDEO
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can we bring in alcohol? – No, alcohol cannot be brought into the event. Unfortunately, all alcohol found at the bag checking area by security will be confiscated.
Will there be security? – Yes, there will be security guards at the entrance to the event and they will be checking bags. Security guards will be on duty throughout the event.
How do we get a ticket? – If you are 16yrs and over, you require a ticket. BOOK HERE – Please bring your ticket to the entry area and a wrist band will be issued.
Are the restaurants open? – Yes, all the Harbour restaurants will be open and setting up delicious menu offerings and service.
Are you able to buy a drink? – Yes, the restaurants are licensed.
Are there public toilets? – Yes, The Queenscliff Harbour has public toilets including baby change and wheelchair access facilities.
Do I have to bring a seat? – There is seating available and grassed slope areas.
What times are the fireworks? – The first display is at 9.30pm followed by a midnight show.
How do we get to the Harbour? – Follow the signs towards the Queenscliff ferry. You will see the Queenscliff Harbour Tower and the entrance to the event is at the base of that tower.
Is there parking? – Yes, there is parking at the Harbour and in the immediate area around the Harbour.
Who is the Headliner? – Jordie Lane, With a career spanning just 9 years, 8 releases under his belt, named in Melbourne Magazine’s 100 most influential people, and nominated for Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s ‘Barry Award’, Jordie Lane is widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters. Jordie’s songs have been featured in various films and TV shows including tracks from his ‘Not Built To Last’ EP, ‘Dead Of Light’ used in Looking For Grace(2015) and ‘Maybe Someday placed on US direc-tv’s third season of Kingdom (2017)
He is supported by Baby Blue and local artist Holly Joyce.