Announced early yesterday morning, St Jerome’s Laneway 2019 line-up has finally been released with a ticket date to pencil into our summer diaries and g-cals.
Hosting 53% Australian acts, there’s no surprise that Gang of Youths and Courtney Barnett will be headlining the festival.
Other acts include Aussies such as Camp Cope, Baker Boy, Middle Kids and Skegss, and international faces like Jorja Smith and DJDS.
With gender diversity and festival quotas at the forefront of conversations in the Australian music scene, it’s no surprise that Laneway opened up about their line-up’s demographics. It’s a 64% - 36% male to female ratio for those keeping score at home.
With a good range of fresh and beloved artists, be sure to pencil in 9AM Tuesday on September 25th for Laneway tickets.
Gang of Youths
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (Laneway Festival Exclusive)
Charlie Collins (East Coast Exclusive)
Crooked Colours (East Coast Exclusive)
Denzel Curry (East Coast Exclusive)
DJDS (Excluding Adelaide)
Jorja Smith (Laneway Festival Exclusive)
Mansionair (Excluding Fremantle)
Mitski (East Coast Exclusive)
Rex Orange County
Ruby Fields (Excluding Fremantle)
What So Not
Yellow Days (Excluding Adelaide)
Saturday 2 February - Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane
Sunday 3 February - Callan Park, Sydney
Friday 8 February - Hart's Mill, Adelaide
Saturday 9 February - Footscray Park, Melbourne
Sunday 10 February - Esplanade Reserve and West End, Fremantle
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