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What and where at Splendour in the Grass

Don't miss Tame Impala on Sunday night at Splendour in the Grass
Don't miss Tame Impala on Sunday night at Splendour in the Grass

UPDATE: THERE'S a whole lot on offer at this weekend's Splendour in the Grass music festival.

From Gelato Messina on offer from Uber tomorrow, and a surprise addition of DZ Deathrays after Catfish and the Bottlemen pulled out, there's so much to see and do.

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Get ice cream delivered by Uber for one day only

Catfish and the Bottlemen drop out of Splendour

Check out the full list of what's on on the the Splendour website.

Click here for the Splendour map and bus info.

 

INITIAL REPORT: LIVE music, comedy, arts, monks, burlesque and electronic music, it's all in the mix in the Splendour in the Grass schedule unveiled today.

The list includes every single music act, artistic project, panel, comedy gig and even the Gyuto monks creating a sand mandala.

The full list is available in the Splendour website.

Here is our do-not-miss list for the festival:

Friday, July 24:

  • San Cisco, The Rubens, Death Cab for Cutie, Of Monsters and Men and Mark Robson at the Amphitheatre from 4.45pm until midnight.
  • Client Liaison, Tkay Maidza, Everything Everything and Peking Duck at the Mix Up Stage
  • Paul Mac at the Tiny Dancer Stage
  • Si Clone at the Tipi Forest
  • Miss Friby's Cabaret and Mae Wilde's Dr Sketchy Cabaret at the Global Village.
  • CIA whistle-blower John Kiriakou at the Forum at noon
  • Ladyboy Mc at You C*nt Stop the Music at 6pm
  • Nicole Brophy at 3pm at the Buskers Stage

Saturday, July 25:

  • The Dandy Wharhols, The Wombats, Florence and the Machine at the Amphitheatre from 7.45pm until midnight.
  • Shantan Wantan Ichiban, Elliphant, Safia, Azealia Banks and Flight Facilities at the Mix Up Stage
  • Hayden James at the Tiny Dancer Stage
  • Art of Sleeping, The Church and Boy and Bear at Gw McLennan Tent.
  • Spaghetti Circus at the Tipi Forest at 2pm
  • Salsa Reggaeton Dance Off at the Global Village.
  • Women of Letters (10am), First Dog on the Moon (noon) and Q&A with Tony Jones (2.30pm) at the Forum
  • Frankie Lemon at You C*nt Stop the Music from midnight
  • Vanderaa at 1pm at the Buskers Stage

Sunday, July 26:

  • Royal Blood, Tame Impala and Blur at the Amphitheatre from 7.30pm until midnight.
  • Alison Wonderland at the Mix Up Stage at 8.30pm
  • Elizabeth Rose at the Tiny Dancer Stage at 7pm
  • C.W. Stoneking, Kitty Daisy and Lewis, Megan Washington, Thundamentals and Xavier Rudd & The United Nations from 4.15pm until midnight at Gw McLennan Tent.
  • Spaghetti Circus at the Tipi Forest at 2pm
  • Gyuto Monks Sand Mandala dissolution at 4pm, Zorba Gypsy Party with Shakshuka at the Global Village from midnight
  • The Frackman film at noon at the Forum
  • Ladyboy Mc at You C*nt Stop the Music from midnight
  • Kyle Lionheart at 2pm at the Buskers Stage

Click here for the Splendour map and bus info.

Topics:  editors picks festival music splendour splendour in the grass splendour in the grass 2015



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