The dates and venues for the Laneway Festival have been announced for 2016, with Hart's Mill at Port Adelaide once again hosting the Adelaide stop.
Taking place on Friday February 5th, Adelaide's Laneway will be the first leg of the Australian part of the festival for the first time ever.
The complete lineup of artists attending will be announced at 9am AEST on Tuesday, 22 September.
Some acts have already leaked that they're attending next year, electronic musician Hudson Mohawke and Purity Ring have confirmed it, with Albert Hammond Jr. a strong possibility to also be on the list.
2016 will be the ninth year of Laneway in Adelaide, it's home being Fowler's Live from 2008 to 2013, before Hart's Mill took the honour in 2014.
Laneway Festival features stops in Singapore, New Zealand, and all over Australia. The complete list of times and places are:
Saturday, January 30 – The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay
Monday, February 1 – Silo Park
Friday, February 5 – Harts Mill, Port Adelaide (16+)
Saturday, February 6 – Showgrounds, Bowen Hills (16+)
Sunday, February 7 – College Of The Arts, Rozelle
Saturday, February 13 – Footscray Community Arts Centre and The Rivers Edge
Sunday, February 14 – Esplanade Reserve And West End
Who do you think will be announced on the 22nd? The wait is on and I've got my fingers crossed for my favourite Swedish 30-piece free jazz orchestra to make the list, but only time will tell. While we all wait patiently for the announcement, have a listen to Purity Ring's single "Push Pull" - and get ready to see them live in February.
All images taken by Wade Whitington
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