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St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2013 - ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT

St Jerome's Laneway Festival 2013 - ARTIST ANNOUNCEMENT

Laneway Festival is thrilled to present its most forward-thinking and eclectic line-up in NZ to date. Monday 28th January (Auckland Anniversary Day) will bring classic Laneway: the influential, newest and most exciting acts from here and around the globe, programmed by music-lovers for music fans, delivered to you in the spectacular setting of Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter– with Auckland Harbour Bridge and super yachts as the backdrop, and towering silos overhead.

Monday 28th January (Auckland Anniversary Day) will be amazing. Without further ado:

Bat for Lashes – Bailterspace – Yeasayer - Of Monsters And Men - Alt-J - Nicolas Jaar - Divine Fits - The Phoenix Foundation - Lawrence Arabia - Jessie Ware - Phelps and Munro – Japandroids - Street Chant - The Men - Cloud Nothings - Deer Park - Beach Pigs

There are more acts to be announced in December – as well as some other exciting stuff. Until then keep up to date with us here:

http://auckland.lanewayfestival.com.au/
http://www.facebook.com/lanewayfestNZ/
http://twitter.com/lanewayfestNZ

Tickets on sale Friday 5 October.

Tickets will be available on lanewayfestival.co.nz and Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.co.nz.

ENDS

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