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The Strokes.
The Strokes.

The official Splendour in the Grass line-up has been announced, with American band The Strokes and legendary rock band The Cure at the top of the bill.

Other international acts include James Blake, Santigold, Sigur Ros, Jake Bugg, The Kills, Jack Garratt, Snakehips, The Internet and the reunited At The Drive-In.

Australian performers include Flume, Courtney Barnett, Violent Soho, Hermitude, Matt Corby, Illy, Ball Park Music, The Preatures, Gang of Youths, Sticky Fingers, and DMA’s.

The Cure, performing in Singapore. (Wikipedia)
The Cure, performing in Singapore. (Wikipedia)

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, 21 April, through moshtix.com.au or phone 1300 GET TIX (438 849).

The festival will be held from Friday 22 July through to Sunday 24 July
at the North Byron Parklands, on the Tweed Valley Way, Wooyung, (15 mins north of Byron Bay).

Organisers have announced that there will be new camping choices available this year, including the option to camp with your vehicle.

Vehicle passes will be released on Monday, 30 May, along with a map of camping areas.

The full line up is:

The Stokes, The Cure, Flume, The Avalanches, James Blake, At the Drive-in, Violent Soho, Hermitude, Band of Horses, Sigur Ros. Santigold, Matt Corby, Sticky Fingers, Boy & Bear, Jake Bugg, The 1975, Leon Bridges, Duck Dumont, James Vincent McMorrow, Courtney Barnett, The Kills, The Preatures, What So Not, Years and Years, Gang of Youths, Illy, Peter Bjorn & John, Golden Features, Crystal Fighters, Ball Park Music, Tegan & Sara, DMAs, Hayden James, City Calm Down, Snakehips, Mark Lanegan, Michael Kiwanuka, Jawar Ma, Jack Garrett, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, The Jungle Giants, The Internet, Motez, Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders, Lido, Emma Louise, Kim Churchill, Nothing But Thieves’ Kacy Hill, Slumberjack, Robert Forster, Beach Slang, Urthboy, Little May, Boo Seeker, Ganz, Spring King, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Fat White Family, Total Giovanni, Methyl Ethyl, Slum Sociable, LDRU, In Loving Memory of Szymon, Blossoms, High Tension, Roland Tings, Ngaire, Montaigne, Tired Lion, Green Buzzard, Jess Kent, Gold Class, Lucy Cliché, Opiuo, Mall Grab, Dom Dolla, Paces, Just a Gent, Dro Carey, Running Touch, Wafia, World Champion, Sui Zhen, Remi, Nicole Millar, Dreller, Feki, KLLO, Banoffee, Triple J Unearthed Winners, plus Moonbase Commander, The Meetin Tree, Twinsy, Purple Snakers DJs, Human Movement, Planete, Swick, Amateur Dance and Ribongia.


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