From the weather outside, it probably feels like Summer ain't ever coming back to Rads. But this pretty much confirms it.
Oh, St Jerome’s Laneway: the little festival that could. Laneway Festival has slowly grown from boutique option to summer staple, and this scrappy little underdog has delivered a seriously choice selection for your body to start preparing for. Please take a moment to visualize the glimmer of the Port beside you, the colourful, sweaty masses swarming in, ice-cold froth in hand, and an animated radio voice announcing the following:
Joining previously announced Nick Murphy (formerly known as Chet Faker) and hip hop boys A.B Original we have…
Psychedelic juggernauts Tame Impala (!!!!!!!!!) are back Down Under and people are losing their goddamn minds. The indie portion of the event will include Gang of Youths and England’s Glass Animals, as well as some mosh-inducing punk from Luca Brasi.
If you’re more of a bottle-of-water, constant pulse kind of gig-goer we have dance tunes for you as well. Trippy psych-dance from Jagwar Ma, dirty, dirty house music from Tourist, and Roland Tings, plus Nao will be there laying down some serious funk.
Adelaide’s own Jess Kent will surely be bringing some reggae to the mix, as well as the beautiful voices of Tash Sultana and Julia Jacklin.
Adelaide's Laneway will be held at Harts Mill, Port Adelaide on Friday the 3rd of February. This line-up is seriously saweeet so get your tickets here and check out the full lineup below:
Car Seat Headrest
Floating Points (live)
Gang of Youths
Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker)**
Sampa The Great
The Julie Ruin
**Exclusive to Laneway, no sideshows
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