Everything You Need To Know About The MASSIVE Splendour Line Up

April 9, 2019

Well it’s official. Summer is officially over, and winter festivals are coming.

 

What better way to mark the end of summer than the announcement of Splendour in the Grass 2019 line up? With hardhitting headliners like Childish Gambino, Chance the Rapper, SZA, and Tame Impala in the mix, this is a festival you’ll be sorry to miss.

The Aussie acts are in full strength this year. If you are after some alternative rock, check out acts like POND, Courtney Barnett, and Ruby Fields.

 

 

After some more electrofunk beats? Cosmo’s Midnight, Hayden James, and Set Mo have got you covered. Or would you prefer a taste of classic Aussie indie melodies? Matt Corby, Dean Lewis, and Thelma Plum will be tearing at your heartstrings.

 

 

Splendour has also announced a teaser ‘Mystery Oz Act’ on the line up, which gives us all something to mull over and theorise who that might be.

Splendour In The Grass returns to their now permanent home at North Byron Parklands in Yelgun, in the northern end of the Byron Shire, approx. 25 min drive north of Byron Bay. The festival will take place Friday 19th of July to Sunday the 21st.

Much like every other year, get in fast! If you are the designated ticket booker for your squad, make sure you have everyone’s full name and date of birth on hand to avoid any nasty last-minute surprises! We have a feeling it’s going to be a Hunger Games fight to the death for tickets.

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 9am AEST on Thursday the 11th April from moshtix.

Why not make a trip out of it? Give your body some time to heal and enjoy some quality time in the golden state. We have some sweet accommodation options that won’t break the bank.

Accommodation: ibis Brisbane, ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel

Check out the full line-up below:

Splendour In The Grass 2019
North Byron Parklands
Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July

Childish Gambino
Tame Impala
Chance The Rapper
SZA
Foals
Catfish and the Bottlemen
James Blake
Santigold (only Australian show)
Courtney Barnett
The Lumineers
The Streets
Russ
What So Not
Matt Corby
‘Mystery Oz Act’
Wolf Alice
Friendly Fires
Broods
Dean Lewis
FIDLAR
Cosmo’s Midnight
Meg Mac
Ziggy Alberts
Ruby Fields
Dave
Allday + Friends
K. Flay
The Rubens
Thelma Plum
Dope Lemon
Dermot Kennedy
Pond
Little Simz
Hayden James
Kwame
Odette
Kian
Trophy Eyes
Channel Tres
Hatchie
Dear Seattle
Friendly Fires
The Streets
Wolfmother
Mansionair
Tyne-James Organ
The Beths
Slowly Slowly
Winston Surfshirt
The Lumineers
Tycho
Warpaint
Honne
Slaves (only Australian show)
Last Dinosaurs
Maribou State
Dermot Kennedy
Mike Servito
Sam Fender
Tropical F*ck Storm
The Teskey Brothers
Charly Bliss
Set Mo
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
Kaiit
MorMor
Lastlings
Moaning Lisa
Pist Idiots
Thandi Phoenix
Local Natives
Ninajirachi
Andy Garvey
A. Swayze and the Ghosts
Erthlings
The Midnight
The Nude Party
Jacob Banks
Phony Ppl
Kyle Hall
Kie Servito
Harvey Sutherland (DJ set)
Pub Choir
Seb Wildblood
Nathan Micay
Kenji Takimi
Suzanne Kraft
Telephones
Dj Nett
Wax’o Paradiso
Merve
Jennifer Loveless
Noise In My Head
Skin On Skin
Rebel Yell
Triple J Unearthed Friday
Triple J Unearthed Saturday
Ninajirachi
Body Promise
Donald’s House
Casual Connection
DJ Klasik
Close Counters (DJ set)
Merph
Dameeeela
Lex Deluxe

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