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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