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St. Jerome's Laneway Festival - Line-up Announced


“..the Laneway-Auckland Anniversary fixture continues to cement itself as one of summer's new year highlights” - Under The Radar

“Laneway has cultivated a brand distinction of its own (less obliquely, it’s now got a
reputation for being a good time).”
- Radio NZ National

Prepare yourselves for the 2015 Laneway Festival line-up; one of our favourites yet.

Traversing seven cities and three countries, the festival has well and truly settled into its home in each state. From the grassy knolls and towering silos at home in Auckland, to the sparkling backdrop of the Maribyrnong and Port Rivers in Melbourne and Adelaide and the idyllic spiritual homes of Brisbane, Sydney and Fremantle, the event is a true highlight on the Singapore, New Zealand and Australian music calendars.

For previously announced details of dates and venues head here.

In alphabetical order:

Angel Olsen - Angus and Julia Stone - BANKS - Belle and Sebastian - Bespin Connan Mockasin - Courtney Barnett - Eagulls - FKA twigs
Flying Lotus (Layer 3) - Future Islands - HEAVY - Jakob - Jon Hopkins
Jungle - Literal F*ck - Little Dragon - Lykke Li - Mac DeMarco
Perfect Pussy - Princess Chelsea - Quarks! - Race Banyon - Ratking
Royal Blood - Rustie - SOHN - St. Vincent - Tiny Ruins - Vic Mensa

For the Australian line-up, please head here. The Singapore line-up is here.


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