The Laneway Festival 2017 Lineup is HERE

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2017 has officially announced its lineup, and it is tremendous.

Hip-hop reigns supreme this year, with the best that Australia has to offer in the mighty A. B. Original, who are also the official MCs, Koi Child, Baro and Sampa the Great. They’ll be joined by the amazingly talented Mick Jenkins and super-producer Clams Casino in what’s set to be a beat-and-bar-heavy Laneway 2017.

Tame Impala lead the charge for massive Australian names, along with Nick Murphy (formerly Chet Faker), Jagwar Ma, Nicholas Allbrook, Camp Cope, Ecca Vandal and Julia Jacklin among others.

The big international guests are just as impressive, including Glass Animals, NAO, Floating Points (who’s doing a live set) and Mr Carmack.

This is one hell of a lineup. Like, seriously. Nick Murphy, Tame Impala and Floating Points are performing exclusively at Laneway with no sideshows, by the way, so be sure to grab those tickets ASAP.

Full dates and details below – tickets and more information can be found here.

Laneway 2017 lineup: 

A.B. Original
Bob Moses Camp Cope**
Car Seat Headrest
Clams Casino
Ecca Vandal*
Floating Points (Live)***
Flyying Colours* Gang of Youths
Glass Animals
Jagwar Ma
Jess Kent
Julia Jacklin**
Koi Child
Luca Brasi
Mick Jenkins
Mr. Carmack
Nicholas Allbrook
Nick Murphy (Chet Faker)***
Roland Tings
Sampa The Great
Tame Impala***
Tash Sultana
The Julie Ruin
White Lung

*Melbourne only
**Excluding Freo
***Exclusive to Laneway, no sideshows


All tickets are $169.50 including tax and booking fee.

Laneway is offering a pre-sale via Visa Entertainment, from 9am local time on Friday September 16 until 5 pm on September 18 – details here.

General public tickets go on sale at 9 am local time on Wednesday September 21, via the official website or General Pants stores.

Laneway 2017 dates:

Saturday 21 January: The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore
Thursday 26 January: Brisbane Showgrounds, Bowen Hills, Brisbane (16+)
Saturday 28 January: Footscray Community Arts Centre and the River’s Edge, Melbourne
Monday 30 January: Albert Park Precinct, Auckland
Friday 3 February: Hart’s Mill, Port Adelaide, Adelaide (16+)
Saturday 4 February: Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle, Sydney
Sunday 5 February: Esplanade Reserve and West End, Fremantle

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