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Byron Bay (2001-2009, 2012 – present) Woodford, Queensland (2010-2011)

Years active 2001 - present

Splendour in the Grass is an Australian music festival that has been held annually since 2001. The festival has been held near Byron Bay, New South Wales for all but two years since its inauguration. In 2010 and 2011, the festival was held in Woodford, Queensland, while organisers made an effort to gain support for a new location at North Byron Parklands at Yelgun (30 km from Byron Bay). The event returned to Byron Bay in 2012, when it was held at Belongil Fields.[1][2] The 2013 festival was the first to be held at the new North Byron Parklands location, to much controversy from festival goers and the local community. The festival was jointly created and promoted by the Village Sounds and Secret Service music companies, and began in 2001 as a one-day gathering to cater for Australia's winter season (a period that had traditionally been associated with very few events of this nature); the festival evolved into a two-day event in 2002. As of 2014, the capacity of the three-day festival is 30,000 and it is considered the country's largest winter music festival. The festival was awarded the FasterLouder Festival Award for 'Favourite Line Up' in 2009.[3] "Ode: Intimations of Immortality", by English poet William Wordsworth, was the inspiration for the naming of the event.[4] Splendour in the Grass has attracted notable revellers such as Elon Musk and Amber Heard.[5]

Contents

1 Ticketing issues

1.1 2005 1.2 2006 1.3 2008

2 Venue issues 3 Artist lineups by year

3.1 2001 3.2 2002 3.3 2003 3.4 2004 3.5 2005 3.6 2006 3.7 2007 3.8 2008 3.9 2009 3.10 2010 3.11 2011 3.12 2012 3.13 2013 3.14 2014 3.15 2015 3.16 2016 3.17 2017

4 References 5 External links

Ticketing issues[edit] 2005[edit] The 14,000 tickets of the 2005 festival were sold out within 26 hours and, soon after, festival tickets that initially cost A$125 were offered on eBay at inflated prices of up to A$3000. The festival organisers responded by sending "cease and desist" letters to eBay, as well as around 150 ticket resellers, citing a breach of the conditions of sale. However, eBay refused to block the ticket auctions, claiming it was the seller's responsibility to ensure that they have the ability and right to sell products. The Triple J radio station encouraged its listeners to sabotage the bidding process and fake bids of up to A$10,000 were consequently listed on eBay by protesters opposed to ticket scalping.[6] Following media coverage, the NSW Department of Fair Trading became involved and met with eBay representatives. The then-Fair Trading Minister John Hatzistergos instructed the Office of Fair Trading to investigate the reselling of tickets and determine whether resellers were in breach of the Fair Trading Act. Festival promoters hoped that the investigation would eventually lead to the introduction of anti-ticket scalping legislation. 2006[edit] In response to the events of 2005, the organisers altered the ticketing system for the 2006 festival. In an unprecedented action, ticket buyers were required to register their name and date of birth at the time of purchase. These details were then printed on the event tickets and valid identification was required to gain admission into the festival. Tickets to the 2006 festival went on sale at 9am on Monday 15 May 2006—all camping tickets sold out within three hours, and all general admission tickets sold out after 48 hours.[citation needed]

Editors performing at 2007 Splendor in the Grass Festival

2008[edit] Festival organisers encountered difficulties with the ticketing system provided by the Qjump company in 2008, as consumers were unable to purchase tickets following lengthy delays.[7] Qjump later issued an apology on the festival's Internet forum. Venue issues[edit] For a once-only trial, the organisers obtained permission to stage the 2009 Splendour in the Grass at a site in Yelgun. However, the consent provided to the organisers was the subject of a challenge by a group of residents, environmentalist and the Environmental Defenders Office of NSW, who presented their case in the New South Wales Land and Environment Court. The Chief Judge of the Land and Environment Court, Justice Brian Preston, ruled that Byron Shire Council had exceeded its powers by granting the development consent where the land included parts zoned for conservation purposes. The development consent was ruled invalid, prohibiting the festival from being held at the Yelgun site.[8] As a consequence of the decision, the festival remained at the Belongil site in 2009.[9] In 2016 many attendees were forced to walk from the venue or sleep in the mud due to a lack of transport.[10] Artist lineups by year[edit] 2001[edit]

Michael Franti and Spearhead (USA) Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks (USA) Squarepusher (UK) Resin Dogs Pnau 28 Days Frenzal Rhomb

Powderfinger Something for Kate Magic Dirt Superheist King Kapisi Sunk Loto

george Endorphin GT Couchfunk DJs DJ Ransom 2 Dogs

2002[edit]

Supergrass (UK) Gomez (UK) Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (USA) Blackalicious (USA) Krafty Kuts (UK) Doves (UK) Bentley Rhythm Ace (UK) Jebediah Gerling george sonicanimation 1200 Techniques

Grinspoon Spiderbait Rocket Science Machine Gun Fellatio Katalyst Kid Kenobi The Sleepy Jackson Resin Dogs One Dollar Short Bodyjar Paul Mac Waikiki

John Butler Trio Cut Copy Fort Rhibosome Dan Brodie and the Broken Arrows Dexter Good Buddha Noodles Drag Kalliope Offcutts 2 Dogs

2003[edit]

Coldplay (UK) Placebo (UK) Goldfrapp (UK) The Music (UK) Veruca Salt (USA) Death in Vegas (UK) Ugly Duckling (USA) Ladytron (UK) Adam Freeland (UK) Alpinestars (UK) Motion Man and KutMasta Kurt (USA) Magic Dirt The Sleepy Jackson

Powderfinger The Living End Jet Gerling Sarah Blasko John Butler Trio Downsyde The Casanovas Decoder Ring Ajax Katalyst Frenzal Rhomb Sunk Loto

1200 Techniques The Superjesus The Fergusons Screamfeeder The Mess Hall James de la Cruz The Bumblebeez The Re-Mains Goodwill Richard Fearless Overdub Nick Taylor & Jackie Onassid

2004[edit]

PJ Harvey (UK) Jurassic 5 (USA) MC5 (USA) Franz Ferdinand (UK) Dizzee Rascal (UK) Snow Patrol (UK) Fiery Furnaces (USA) Dashboard Confessional (USA) Ash (UK) Electric Six (USA) Ozomatli (USA) Money Mark (USA)

Grinspoon Spiderbait The Dissociatives Xavier Rudd Eskimo Joe 1200 Techniques sonicanimation Sneaky Sound System Hilltop Hoods Cut Copy Ground Components Rocket Science

Pete Murray Infusion The Herd Katalyst James De La Cruz Bexta Acre The Tremors Groove Dalley Slinky Vanlustbader DJ Peril

2005[edit]

Moby (USA) Queens of the Stone Age (USA) Ryan Adams (USA) Interpol (USA) Bloc Party (UK) Mercury Rev (USA) Doves (UK) Har Mar Superstar (USA) Futureheads (UK) Willy Mason (USA) Athlete (USA) Caribou (CAN)

Finn Brothers (NZ) The Living End Scribe (NZ) Shihad (NZ) Beautiful Girls Sarah Blasko The Grates Cut Copy Pnau Decoder Ring After The Fall Katalyst

Hilltop Hoods Gerling Butterfingers P-Money (NZ) Downsyde Kid Confucius pUss (Byron Bay electro punk) Atlantic Drag DJ Dexter Strawberry Syme Archie

2006[edit]

Brian Wilson (USA) Sonic Youth (USA) Scissor Sisters (USA) Death Cab for Cutie (USA) DJ Shadow (USA) Yeah Yeah Yeahs (USA) Snow Patrol (UK) José González (SWE) TV on the Radio (USA) Matisyahu (USA) Atmosphere (USA) The Zutons (UK) Mogwai (UK) Mos Def (USA) Dungen (SWE)

Grinspoon Wolfmother You Am I The Vines The Presets Pete Murray The Grates Augie March Youth Group Josh Pyke Gerling Paul Mac Bob Evans TZU Lior

Something for Kate The Avalanches Tex Perkins Angus and Julia Stone Van She Clare Bowditch & The Feeding Set Decoder Ring The Exploders Butterfingers The Predators Brittle Fex N'Fa Raz Bin Sam & The Lion I Band Andrew Morris The Love Bus

2007[edit]

Arctic Monkeys (UK) Bloc Party (UK) Kaiser Chiefs (UK) Lily Allen (UK) The Shins (USA) Editors (UK) Ash (UK) Hot Chip (UK) The Horrors (UK) Ok Go (USA) Tilly and the Wall (USA) Dirty Three Paul Kelly The Waifs Gotye Sarah Blasko

Powderfinger Hoodoo Gurus Spiderbait Grinspoon Sneaky Sound System Cut Copy Expatriate Midnight Juggernauts The Cat Empire Josh Pyke The Beautiful Girls The Panics Howling Bells Muscles Holly Throsby The Predators

Hilltop Hoods The Herd Kisschasy Operator Please Airbourne Blue King Brown Planet Asia (USA) Magnolia Electric Co (USA) Riot in Belgium Sara Tindley Wild Marmalade Lost Valentinos Bumblebeez Teenager Funktrust dj's Old Man River

2008[edit]

Devo (USA) Sigur Rós (ISL) Tricky (UK) The Polyphonic Spree (USA) The Music (UK) Cold War Kids (USA) The Fratellis (UK) New Young Pony Club (UK) The Wombats (UK) MSTRKRFT (USA) Band Of Horses (USA) Vampire Weekend (USA) Lyrics Born (USA) Tokyo Police Club (CAN) Laura Marling (UK)

Wolfmother The Presets The Vines Ben Lee The Living End Van She Operator Please The Panics Gyroscope Scribe (NZ) British India Katalyst Yves Klein Blue Lightspeed Champion (UK) Hadouken! (UK)

Pnau The Grates Moriarty The Drones Delta Spirit Robert Forster Bluejuice Paul Dempsey Clare Bowditch Bliss N Eso Even The Galvatrons Bag Raiders Triple J Unearthed Winners: Art vs. Science Here Come the Birds The Brown Birds from Windy Hill Dj Spex

2009[edit]

The Flaming Lips (USA) Bloc Party (UK) Happy Mondays (UK) MGMT (USA) Doves (UK) The Specials (UK) Friendly Fires (UK) White Lies (UK) The Gutter Twins (USA) Manchester Orchestra (USA) Yuksek (FRA) Dananananaykroyd (UK) Grinspoon Hilltop Hoods Sarah Blasko Augie March Midnight Juggernauts Architecture in Helsinki The Living End Josh Pyke Little Birdy The Beautiful Girls Downsyde & Drapht Decoder Ring

Kisschasy Children Collide Bluejuice Little Red Dappled Cities Paul Dempsey Yves Klein Blue The Middle East Birds of Tokyo Lost Valentinos Bob Evans You Am I Kram Bridezilla Holly Throsby Miami Horror Art vs. Science Leader Cheetah Glass Towers Cut Copy DJ's Deya Dova Jack Ladder Polaroid Fame Yacht Club DJs

Canyons Jack Shit Daniel Webber Pablo Calamari & Shivers Raz Bin Sam& Dj Wade Oshi One Dee Dee Double Vision Strange Planet Dave C Nick Taylor Kaliba Gravy Zenna Si Clone Dark Nebula Slinky Pob Deegs Captain Kaine Tommi Gunn Ruff Dimond Sista Ray Dj Spex

2010[edit]

The Strokes (USA) Pixies (USA) Ben Harper (USA) Florence and the Machine (UK) Mumford & Sons (UK) Goldfrapp (UK) Scissor Sisters (USA) LCD Soundsystem (USA) Grizzly Bear (USA) Foals (UK) Hot Chip (UK) Passion Pit (USA) Laura Marling (UK) Kate Nash (UK) Yeasayer (USA) Band of Horses (USA) Broken Social Scene (CAN) Band of Skulls (UK) Surfer Blood (USA) The Drums (USA) Jónsi (ISL) Ash (UK) We Are Scientists (USA) K-Os (CAN)

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (USA) Two Door Cinema Club (IRL) Richard Ashcroft & The United Nations of Sound (UK) Alberta Cross (UK) Fanfarlo (UK) Midlake (USA) Delphic (UK) School of Seven Bells (USA) The Magic Numbers (UK) Frightened Rabbit (UK) Angus and Julia Stone Empire of the Sun The Temper Trap Art vs. Science Wolfmother The Vines Tame Impala Paul Kelly Operator Please Lisa Mitchell Midnight Juggernauts Little Red Space Invadas British India

Miami Horror The Middle East Bluejuice Clare Bowditch Philadelphia Grand Jury The Mess Hall Violent Soho Horrorshow Washington Yacht Club DJs Whitley Dan Sultan Cloud Control Jinja Safari Oh Mercy John Steel Singers Jonathan Boulet Boy & Bear Gypsy and the Cat Ernest Ellis Pensioner Last Dinosaurs Tim and Jean RVLR Dj Spex and Mc Hernan

2011[edit]

Coldplay (UK) Kanye West (USA) Jane's Addiction (USA) Pulp (UK) The Hives (SWE) The Mars Volta (USA) Regina Spektor (USA) Modest Mouse (USA) Mogwai (UK) DJ Shadow (USA) Gomez (UK) Devendra Banhart (USA) Kaiser Chiefs (UK) James Blake (UK) Kele (UK) Elbow (UK) Noah and the Whale (UK) Thievery Corporation (USA) The Kills (USA/UK) Friendly Fires (UK) Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan (USA/UK) Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears ft. The Relatives (USA/NZ) Foster the People (USA) Yelle (FRA) Glasvegas (UK) Warpaint (UK)

The Living End Cut Copy Bliss n Eso Pnau The Grates The Middle East[11] The Vines Eskimo Joe Architecture in Helsinki The Panics Jebediah Boy & Bear Gotye Children Collide Bluejuice Cloud Control Muscles Dananananaykroyd (UK) Wild Beasts (UK) The Vaccines (UK) Does It Offend You, Yeah? (UK) Fitz and The Tantrums (USA) British Sea Power (UK) Grouplove (USA) Young the Giant (USA) Marques Toliver

Seeker Lover Keeper The Jezabels Drapht Tim & Jean Leader Cheetah Sparkadia Kimbra (NZ) Phrase Mona (USA) Oh Mercy The Black Seeds (NZ) The Holidays Ghoul Liam Finn (NZ) The Herd Guineafowl Hungry Kids of Hungary Jinja Safari Illy Cut Off Your Hands (NZ) Gareth Liddiard Alpine World's End Press Mosman Alder Lanie Lane Julz and the Grimley Beats Triple J Unearthed Winners: Millions Dj Spex and Mc Hernan

2012[edit]

Jack White (USA) Bloc Party (UK) The Smashing Pumpkins (USA) At the Drive-In (USA) The Shins (USA) The Kooks (UK) Gossip (USA) Miike Snow (SWE) Lana Del Rey (USA) Azealia Banks (USA) Explosions in the Sky (USA) The Afghan Whigs (USA) Metric (CAN) Mudhoney (USA) Band of Skulls (UK) Django Django (UK) Electric Guest (USA) Fun (USA) Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (USA) Youth Lagoon (USA) Ben Howard (UK) Zulu Winter (UK) Howler (USA) Father John Misty (USA) Here We Go Magic (USA) The Cast of Cheers (IRL) Shihad (NZ)

Hilltop Hoods Missy Higgins Wolfmother Kimbra (NZ) Spiderbait 360 Tame Impala Ladyhawke (NZ) Muscles Angus Stone Gypsy & The Cat San Cisco Last Dinosaurs Lanie Lane Big Scary Michael Kiwanuka (UK) Friends (USA) Bertie Blackman Jinja Safari Blue King Brown Pond The Beautiful Girls Tijuana Cartel Ball Park Music DZ Deathrays Seekae Yacht Club Djs

Dirty Three Kate Miller-Heidke Wolf & Cub The Medics Husky Emma Louise Beni Canyons Danny T Flume Gloves Alley Oop Sampology Chet Faker Parachute Youth Mosman Alder The Rubens Bleeding Knees Club Gossling Nina Las Vegas Alison Wonderland Nice and Ego Luke Million Harris Robotis Triple J Unearthed Winners: Kingswood Dj Spex and Mc Hernan Friends

2013[edit]

Mumford & Sons (UK) Frank Ocean (USA) Lorde (NZ) (replacement for Frank Ocean) Alt-J (UK) The National (USA) Of Monsters and Men (ISL) TV on the Radio (USA) Songs Klaxons (UK) Babyshambles (UK) Passion Pit (USA) James Blake (UK) Laura Marling (UK) Polyphonic Spree (USA) Cold War Kids (USA) Darwin Deez (USA) Haim (USA) MS MR (USA) Everything Everything (UK) Portugal. The Man (USA) Daughter (UK) Wavves (USA) Robert DeLong (USA) Fidlar (USA) Jake Bugg (UK) Surfer Blood (USA) Deap Vally (USA)

Villagers (IRL) Little Green Cars (IRL) Empire of the Sun Bernard Fanning The Presets You Am I Flume Sarah Blasko Birds of Tokyo Architecture in Helsinki Matt Corby Drapht Flight Facilities Boy & Bear Fat Freddy's Drop (NZ) Hermitude The Rubens Airbourne The Drones Gurrumul Clairy Browne & the Bangin' Racketts Cloud Control Snakadaktal Unknown Mortal Orchestra (NZ) Whitley The Bamboos Palma Violets (UK)

Xaphoon Jones (USA) Something for Kate Chet Faker Peking Duk Jagwar Ma Violent Soho Dune Rats PVT The Jungle Giants Cub Scouts Art of Sleeping The Growl Twinsy The Chemist Mitzi Alison Wonderland Yolanda Be Cool What So Not Vance Joy DCUP Otologic Tyler Touché Bad Ezzy Triple J Unearthed Winners: Baptism of Uzi Alpine DJ Spex

2014[edit]

Outkast (USA) Lily Allen (UK) Interpol (USA) Foster the People (USA) Angus & Julia Stone City and Colour (CAN) Vance Joy Darkside (USA) RÜFÜS Ben Howard (UK) Kelis (USA) Metronomy (UK) Hoodoo Gurus Chvrches (UK) Grouplove (USA) The Jezabels Tune-Yards (USA) 360 Wild Beasts (UK) Danny Brown (USA) Illy First Aid Kit (SWE) Violent Soho Ásgeir (ISL) Spiderbait The 1975 (UK) Ball Park Music Foals (UK)

Art vs. Science Buraka Som Sistema (PRT) The Preatures Parquet Courts (USA) Sticky Fingers Peking Duk Sky Ferreira (USA) Future Islands (USA) Courtney Barnett Phantogram (USA) DZ Deathrays Skaters (USA) Gossling Jungle (UK) The Strypes (IRL) Hot Dub Time Machine The Kite String Tangle Ry-X Mikhael Paskalev (NOR) Wave Racer The Acid (USA/UK) Saskwatch Kingswood Circa Waves (UK) Broods (NZ) Dustin Tebbutt The Head and the Heart (USA) DMA's Darren Middleton

Little May Darlia (UK) D.D Dumbo Tkay Maidza The Creases Mt Warning (band) Chrome Sparks (USA) Fractures Mas Ysa (CAN) Nick Mulvey (UK) Triple J Unearthed Winners Nina Las Vegas Yacht Club DJs Motez Touch Sensitive Indian Summer Wordlife L D R U & Yahtzel DJs Cosmos Midnight Sable Kilter Basenji KLP Fishing DJs Paces Charles Murdoch Childish Gambino (USA) Sam Smith (UK) Hilltop Hoods Triple J Unearthed Winners: Airling Dj Spex

Two Door Cinema Club withdrew from the lineup and were replaced by UK outfit Foals.[12] London Grammar withdrew from the lineup due to illness and were replaced by The Presets.[13]

2015[edit]

Mark Ronson (UK) [14] Of Monsters and Men (ISL) Peking Duk Ryan Adams (USA) Henry Stone Death Cab for Cutie (USA) Porter Robinson (USA) The Rubens Spiritualized (UK) Everything Everything (UK) San Cisco Tkay Maidza Johnny Marr (UK) #1 Dads Catfish and the Bottlemen (UK) DZ Deathrays (Replacement for Catfish and the Bottlemen) Dustin Tebutt Jenny Lewis (USA) Seekae George Maple Client Liaison Marmozets (UK) Mansionair Urbon Cone Paul Mac Japanese Wallpaper Gengahr Ecca Vandal Generik Post Percy Harvey Sutherland Noise In My Head CC:Disco! Mike Who

Florence and the Machine (UK) The Wombats (UK) Flight Facilities Boy & Bear The Dandy Warhols (USA) Azealia Banks (USA) Pond Best Coast (USA) Jarryd James Purity Ring (CAN) The Grates The Smith Street Band The Church The King Khan & BBQ Show (CAN) Years & Years (UK) Elliphant (SWE) Palma Violets (UK) SAFIA Hayden James Dune Rats Meg Mac Circa Waves (UK) Art of Sleeping Eves The Behavior The Babe Rainbow Nancy Whang (USA) Young Franco Mikey Kojack Benson Total Giovanni Ara Koufax I'lls Adi Toohey Shanton Wantan Ichiban

Blur (UK) Tame Impala Royal Blood (UK) Earl Sweatshirt (USA) Xavier Rudd & The United Nations Jamie T (UK) Alison Wonderland MS MR (USA) Thundamentals Allday MØ (DNK) Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (UK) Megan Washington Carmada Last Dinosaurs The Vaccines (UK) Alpine C. W. Stoneking The Delta Riggs Wolf Alice Oh Mercy (UK) The Districts (USA) Shlohmo (UK) Elizabeth Rose Triple J Unearthed Winners: Tired Lion Bad//Dreems Holy Holy Vallis Alps Cosmo's Midnight Joyride Uv Boi Dugong, Jr. Set Mo Akouo Edd Fisher

Catfish And The Bottlemen withdrew from the lineup due to illness and were replaced with Australian outfit DZ Deathrays. Allday withdrew from the lineup just hours before he was scheduled to perform due to a family emergency.

2016[edit]

Friday, 22 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

The Strokes (USA) The Avalanches Violent Soho The 1975 (UK) The Kills (USA/UK) DMA's Nothing But Thieves (UK) High Tension Alex Lahey

Hermitude Human Movement Illy Human Movement Years & Years (UK) Swick Jack Garratt (UK) Swick Kacy Hill (USA) Ribongia Total Giovanni Ribongia Sampa the Great

Band of Horses (USA) Leon Bridges (USA) Peter Bjorn and John (SWE) Emma Louise Robert Forster Fat White Family (UK) Methyl Ethel The Wild Feathers (USA)

Motez Lucy Cliche Roland Tings Dro Carey Mall Grab KLLO World Champion Nicole Millar

Saturday, 23 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

The Cure (UK) At the Drive-In (USA) Sticky Fingers Gang of Youths King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Beach Slang (USA) Harts PLTS

Santigold (USA) Moonbase Commander What So Not Moonbase Commander Crystal Fighters (UK) The Meeting Tree Snakehips (UK) The Meeting Tree Lido (NOR) The Meeting Tree Boo Seeka Purple Sneaker DJs Slum Sociable Purple Sneaker DJs Ngaiire

Matt Corby James Vincent McMorrow (IRL) Ball Park Music Michael Kiwanuka (UK) Kim Churchill Spring King (UK) In Loving Memory of Szymon Montaigne

L D R U Dom Dolla Opiuo Paces Banoffee Dreller Running Touch

Sunday, 24 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

Flume James Blake (UK) Boy & Bear Courtney Barnett Tegan and Sara (CAN) City Calm Down Melbourne Ska Orchestra Blossoms (UK) Green Buzzard

Sigur Rós (ISL) Planete Duke Dumont (DJ set) (UK) Planete Golden Features Twinsy Jagwar Ma Twinsy The Internet (USA) Twinsy Urthboy Amateur Dance Lapsley (UK) Amateur Dance Jess Kent

Jake Bugg (UK) The Preatures Mark Lanegan (USA) The Jungle Giants Marlon Williams (NZ) Little May Tired Lion Gold Class

Slumberjack Ganz Just A Gent Wafia Remi Feki Suzi Zhen

2017[edit]

Friday, 21 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

The xx (UK) HAIM (USA) Vance Joy Peking Duk Tash Sultana Big Scary Kingswood Ocean Grove Wharves

RL Grime (USA) Super Cruel Cut Copy Super Cruel Banks (USA) Swindail Lil Yachty (USA) Swindail The Kite String Tangle Swindail Cosmo's Midnight Lewis Cancut Vera Blue Lewis Cancut Winston Surfshirt

Father John Misty (USA) San Cisco Real Estate (USA) D.D Dumbo Julia Jacklin Maggie Rogers (USA) The Wilson Pickers Jarrow

Nite Fliet DJHMC Young Franco Luke Million Set Mo Alice Ivy Willow Beats

Saturday, 22 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

Queens of the Stone Age (USA) Royal Blood (UK) Catfish and the Bottlemen (UK) Future Islands (USA) Bernard Fanning Dune Rats Luca Brasi Hockey Dad

Two Door Cinema Club (IRL) Dena Amy Allday Dena Amy Rag'n'Bone Man (UK) Andy Garvey Slumberjack Andy Garvey Vallis Alps Andy Garvey Bag Raiders Sam Weston Confidence Man Sam Weston Mallrat

Paul Kelly Asgeir (ISL) Dan Sultan Dope Lemon BAD//DREEMS Julien Baker (USA) Middle Kids Gretta Ray

Late Nite Tuff Guy Tornado Wallace Harvey Sutherland & Bermuda CC:Disco! Topaz Jones Romare Airling

Sunday, 23 July

Amphitheatre Mix Up Stage GW McLennan Tent Tiny Dancer Stage

LCD Soundsystem (USA) Sigur Rós (ISL) Schoolboy Q (USA) Client Liaison The Smith Street Band LANY (USA) The Peep Tempel The Murlocs

Bonobo (UK) Planete Stormzy (UK) Planete Thundamentals Christopher Port Tove Lo (SWE) Christopher Port A.B. Original Christopher Port Bishop Briggs (UK) Kinder Moonbase Commander Kinder Kuren

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Meg Mac Pond Oh Wonder (UK) The Lemon Twigs (USA) Kirin J Callinan Amy Shark Good Boy

Oneman HWLS Kilter Enschway Topaz Jones Mookhi Willaris.K

George Ezra who was originally scheduled for Friday the 21st withdrew from the lineup, moving Peking Duk to the Friday and extending both LCD Soundsystem's & Sigur Ros' set times on Sunday the 23rd

References[edit]

^ Feeney, Katherine (10 February 2012). "Splendour in the Grass returning home to Byron Bay". Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 7 September 2012.  ^ Consequence of Sound (2007–2011). "Splendour in the Grass 2012". Festival Outlook. Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 7 September 2012.  ^ fasterlouder.com.au (2009). "Festival Awards 2009". fasterlouder.com.au. FasterLouder Pty Ltd. Archived from the original on 8 August 2012. Retrieved 26 August 2012.  ^ Consequence of Sound (2007–2011). "Splendour in the Grass 2010". Festival Outlook. Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 7 September 2012.  ^ "Amber, Elon get cosy at Splendour". Retrieved 2017-11-08.  ^ Murray, Lisa (2005-05-13). "Music fans bombard scalpers on website". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2009-05-01.  ^ AAP (23 May 2008). "Fans angry over Splendour in the Grass ticket problem". news.com.au. News Limited. Retrieved 26 August 2012.  ^ Land and Environment Court of New South Wales (6 May 2009). "Conservation of North Ocean Shores Inc v Byron Shire Council & Ors [2009] NSWLEC 69". Land and Environment Court of New South Wales. NSW Attorney General and Justice. Retrieved 26 August 2012.  ^ JackT (22 April 2009). "Splendour In The Grass 2009 line-up". inthemix. inthemix Pty Ltd. Retrieved 26 August 2012.  ^ https://www.theguardian.com/music/2016/jul/23/splendour-in-the-grass-but-no-sign-of-the-bus-at-the-end-of-the-show ^ "The Middle East release statement on break up". Triple J. ABC. 4 August 2011. Retrieved 12 May 2012. We don't feel like playing any more for a whole lot of reasons that I won't list here and I'm afraid if we continued any longer it would just be a money grab.  ^ "Splendour 2014: Two Door out, Foals in". triple j. ABC. 17 July 2014. Retrieved 31 July 2014.  ^ Prue Thomas (22 July 2014). "London Grammar pull out of Splendour in the Grass!". moshtix. moshtix Pty Ltd. Retrieved 31 July 2014.  ^ http://www.splendourinthegrass.com/main-lineup.html

External links[edit]

Official Website Rip It Up Magazine Splendour In The Grass Review

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