The official lineup for the 2017 edition of Splendour in the Grass is here, having dropped Wednesday after weeks of speculation. Following the leak of a now disputed lineup, which notably included headliners LCD Soundsystem, HAIM and the xx. In addition, Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood, RL Grime, Father John Misty, and Sigur Ròs are also headlining what will be an absolutely jam-packed edition that will run from July 21 - 23.
Meanwhile, acts such as Tash Sultana, Vance Joy, Peking Duk, Gretta Ray, Dune Rats, D.D. Dumbo and Meg Mac are just a slither of the deep local talent playing as well. For those who want to see the full 103 artist lineup, the full list is below.
Tickets for Splendour in the Grass go on sale on April 6 through Moshtix. For more details, visit the Splendour website here.
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The Inquisition of the Big Bad Wolf combines dance, theatre and comedy to make a commentary on modern age anxiety.
Faced with a middle-child who has all the answers, while entering the middle-age bracket of life, Hughesy's "Snorkeler" set is a relaxed but expert piss-take explanation of what it's like trying to keep head above water
Beer? Check. Tatts? Check. Profanity? Check. Welcome back, the Aussie icon, Heath Franklin's Chopper is in the flesh at Adelaide Fringe.
Daye Jung, Lucie Vano, Wallis Prophet, and Ella Moeck make up local band W.M.N. With the four members existing proudly within the LGBTQI+ community, they question what normality is, and allow room for others to do the same freely.
It’s easy to see why Baby Wants Candy has had three back to back sold out seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Best of the Edinburgh Fest sees three comedy acts featured in the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 brought together (and across the ocean) by Mary Tobin.
A sensational song-and-dance send-up of the widely loved and acclaimed TV show Game of Thrones.
Get ready for sequins, tassels, glitter and a whole lot of glam. Welcoming Bland De Blanc...
50% hip-hop, 50% comedy, 100% mind-blowing!
The hilariously candid Harley Breen returns to the stand-up comedy circuit this Adelaide Fringe season with his belly-laugh-inducing new show, Flat Out Doing Nothing.