The Queenscliff Music Festival, staged annually on Victoria's Bellarine Peninsula, is thrilled to announce the addition of BEN HARPER & THE INNOCENT CRIMINALS to their impressive three-day line-up. Tickets on sale now. Visit qmf.net.au for details.
The addition of the QMF headline performance has required scheduling changes to Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals' Call It What It Is Tour dates in Perth and Adelaide.
The Adelaide show at AEC Theatre has moved one day later to Monday November 28 (previously Sunday November 27). The Perth show at Kings Park & Botanic Garden moves to Wednesday November 30 (previously Tuesday November 29). The venues in both Adelaide and Perth remain unchanged.
For existing Adelaide and Perth ticketholders - tickets will be valid for the rescheduled show dates in each city without the need for ticket exchange.
Patrons who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates may obtain a refund from the point of purchase before 5pm (local time) on Monday July 18, 2016. The relevant ticketing agent will provide details of how to obtain refunds if required.
Help educate & celebrate World Oceans Day with All the Way to the Ocean, the animated movie based on Joel Harper’s beloved children’s book & featuring the talents of acclaimed actors, award winning musicians, & dedicated activists; including Amy Smart, Ben Harper, Burning Spear, Jack Johnson, Marcia Cross, & Xavier Rudd.
The movie artfully tackles non-point source pollution in an entertaining & immersive way that children & adults will find engaging!
Together, we can make the world a better place with our own two hands!
Watch a sneak peek of the upcoming series "Live at 9:30", the new PBS show that "sets out to give viewers a firsthand look at great performances past and present, while also hearkening back to the golden era of variety television."
"The 9:30 Club was built to plug in and go. It's made for modern music." - BH
"Ben Harper explores communication barriers in new music video 'Shine'. As for the multiple languages, he says, '[That] concept came from a line in the song, "if you were all I had, I'd have it all." I was curious how the lyric would look and sound translated into different languages, and then it took off from there.'"
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals have added three shows in Texas to their "Call It What It Is" tour.
Every online order includes a CD of the new album Call It What It Is.
Presale Wednesday, May 18th at 10am CDT using password CALLITWHATITIS to run up until Thursday, May 19th at 10pm CDT. Public On Sale Friday, May 20th at 10am CDT.
Raves for "Call It What It Is":
"Unpredictable...and brilliant" - The Atlantic
"Ben Harper at his best...one of the most versatile and sensitive voices of the last three decades" - Associated Press
"A welcome homecoming...his most diverse collection in years" - Entertainment Weekly / A-
"This is Harper's best work so far." - Stuff.co.nz / 4 STARS
"They were calling it an incident," Harper recalls of each case. "And I said, 'Well, that's not really an incident. That feels like, looks like and smells like murder to me.'" - Ben Harper interview with Steve Appleford. Watch on Rolling Stone.