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The Splendour line up is here

Jack White confirmed for Splendour in the Grass 2012.
Jack White confirmed for Splendour in the Grass 2012.

THE morning has finally arrived for Splendour in the Grass.

And many of the rumoured acts have made the list including Jack White who will be playing his new music along with the older material from various guises including The White Stripes and The Saboteurs.

Bloc Party play their only Aussie show, Smashing Pumpkins, The Shins, Miike Snow, At The Drive-In, Azealia Banks, Gossip, Lana Del Rey and Hilltop Hoods are on the list to play for the first time in two years back in Byron Bay at Belongil Fields.

Explosions in the Sky, Wolfmother, 50 Years of Dylan, Yacht Club DJs, Bleeding Knees Club, Kate Miller Heidke, The Cast of Cheers, Flume, Nina Las Vegas, The Kooks, Dirty Three, 360, Tame Impala, Band of Skulls, Ladyhawke, The Afghan Whigs, DZ Deathrays, Mudhoney, Spiderbait, Django Django, San Cisco, Last Dinosaurs, Electric Guest, Muscles and Angus Stone.

Howler, Lanie Lane, Fun., Big Scary and Parachute Youth.

There's more, but for the full list head to the Splendour in the Grass website.

Byron Bay and Lennox Head locals are lucky enough to be on the presale list with tickets on sale this Sunday at The Northern, Byron Bay.

For those outside the 'local' area tickets go on sale Friday, April 27 at 9am.

Splendour in the Grass is on at Belongil Fields, Byron Bay on July 27 - 29.

Topics:  northern star lismore, northern star pulse, splendour in the grass


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