Everyone's favourite, and undoubtedly Australia's biggest music festival Splendour In The Grass has today announced it's 2016 line up - and it's a big one.
The 15 year old festival has seen the likes of some of the biggest names in the world over the years including Coldplay, Placebo, PJ Harvey, Moby, Queens of The Stone Age, Brian Wilson, Sonic Youth, Arctic Monkeys, Pixies, Kanye West, Jane's Addiction, Jack White, Smashing Pumpkins, Outkast and more.
Sporting exclusive performances from The Strokes, The Avalanches, James Vincent McMorrow and Sigur Ros, this year's line up is a concoction of some of Australia's best musicians and overseas favourites. Start saving your dollars, tickets go on sale next week Thursday 21st of April.
Splendour in The Grass 2016
When: July 22nd, 23rd, 24th
Where: North Byron Parklands
Tickets: 3x day: $375+bf, Single day: $159+bf
Camping tickets: (5x days of camping) $120+bf
Ladies and gentlemen, here it is:
Images via Splendour In The Grass
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