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Splendour in the Grass announces line-up

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Splendour in the Grass organisers have announced this year's line-up. (file pic)
Splendour in the Grass organisers have announced this year’s line-up. (file pic)

Blur, Mark Ronson and Tame Impala have been announced as the headline acts at this year’s Splendour In The Grass music festival near Byron Bay.

Florence + The Machine, The Wombats, Of Monsters And Men and Death Cab For Cutie are also set to take part in the July festival, along with local favourites like Xavier Rudd, and numerous DJs and electronic music producers.

Britpop icons Blur’s appearance at Splendour will be their first appearance in Australia in 18 years and comes after the release of their first album in 12 years, The Magic Whip, in February.

Festival organisers have also announced that this year’s event would feature a fourth stage to be called the Tiny Dancer stage.

It will feature Australia’s pre-eminent DJs, adding to the overall line-up of some most ‘revered internationals to the freshest homegrown acts of today’.

Away from the music, the festival will showcase some of Australia’s best comedians at the Splendour Late Night Comedy Club in the forum space.

The Global Village is another space offering burlesque performers, conscious theatre, jam bands, live art classes, yoga, healing, massage, tarot, circus acts, indigenous elders and dance workshops.

The Tipi Village will again feature an array of Byron’s best electronic producers and DJs.

The full line-up of acts is as follows.

Blur • Florence and the Machine • Mark Ronson of Monsters and Men • The Wombats • Tame Impala I • Peking Duck • Ryan Adams • Flight Facilities • Royal Blood • Death Cab for Cutie • Earl Sweatshirt • Boy & Bear • Porter Robinson • The Dandy Warhols • Xavier Rudd & The United Nations • Azealia Banks • The Rubens • Jamie T • Pond • Spiritualised • Alison Wonderland • Thundermentals • Best Coast • Everything Everything • San Cisco • Ms Mr • Jarryd James • Purity Ring • Allday • Carmada • The Grates • The Smith Street band • Tkay Maidza • Johnny Marr • Last Dinosaurs • Megan Washington • The Vaccines • #1 Dads • The Church • Kitty, Daisy & Lewis • The King Khan & The BBQ Show • Alpine • Catfish and the Bottleman • Paul Mac • Dustin Tebbutt • MØ • Years & Years • Jenny Lewis • C.W. Stoneking • Seekae • George Maple • Elliphant • Client Liaison • Palma Violets • Safia • Hayden James •Dune Rats • Wolf Alice • Meg Mac • Cosmo’s Midnight • Marmozets • Oh Mercy • Mansionair • The Districts • Shlohmo • Elizabeth Rose • The Delta Riggs • Circa Waves • Nancy Whang • Eves the Behaviour • Urban Cone • Art of Sleeping • Japanese Wallpaper • Gengahr • Bad//Dreems • Ecca VandalL • Holy Holy • Vallis Alps • UV boi فوقبنفسجي • The Babe Rainbow • Harts • Generik • Young Franco • Mickey Kojak • GL • Benson • Harvey Sutherland • Total Giovanni DJ’S • Dugong JR • I’lls • Akouo • Noise in the Head • Triple J Unearthed winners plus Joyride, Post Percy • Ara Koufax • CC:Disco! • Ado Toohey • Set MO • Edd Fisher • Mike Who and Shantan Watan Ichiban.

The festival will be held at North Byron Parklife from 24 July to 26 July.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday 23 April through moshtix.com.au or phone 1300 GET TIX (438 849)

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  1. Three splendid acts, Blur, Mark Ronson and Tame Impala have been announced as the headline acts in this year’s Splendour In The Grass music festival near Byron Bay.


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