Splendour In The Grass 2012 Lineup Announcement

Wednesday 18 April 2012

Splendour In The Grass 2012 Lineup Announcement

UPDATE: The full line-up is out, packed with Next Big Things, 90s heroes, and massive names.

Jack White

Bloc Party

Smashing Pumpkins

At The Drive-In

The Shins

Hilltop Hoods

The Kooks

Gossip

Miike Snow

Dirty Three

Lana Del Rey

360

Azealia Banks

Tame Impala

Explosions In The Sky

Ladyhawke

The Afghan Whigs

Missy Higgins

Wolfmother

Metric

Kimbra

Mudhoney

Band Of Skulls

Spiderbait

Django Django

Gypsy & The Cat

San Cisco

Last Dinosaurs

Electric Guest

Muscles

Angus Stone

DZ Deathrays

Howler

Lanie Lane

Fun.

Big Scary

Michael Kiwanuka

Seekae

Friends

Yacht Club DJs

Bertie Blackman

Jinja Safari

Blue King Brown

Youth Lagoon

Pond

The Beautiful Girls

Tijuana Cartel

Ball Park Music

The Rubens

Ben Howard

Bleeding Knees Club

Zulu Winter

The Medics

Shihad

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Husky

Kate Miller-Heidke

Father John Misty

Emma Louise

Chet Faker

Here We Go Magic

Parachute Youth

Mosman Alder

The Cast Of Cheers

Wolf & Cub

Gossling

Plus DJ sets from

- Beni

- Sampology (AV/DJ show)

- Canyons (DJ Set)

- Nina Las Vegas

- Danny T

- Alison Wonderland

- Nice and Ego (AV/DJ show)

- Flume

- Gloves

- Luke Million

- Harris Robotis

- Alley Oop 

Splendour in the Grass takes place July 27, 28 & 29 at Belongil Fields, just outside Byron Bay. 

WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 2012: The lineup for this year's Splendour in the Grass - arguably the biggest event on the Australian festival calendar - will be revealed tomorrow morning.

The festival's official website is currently showing a countdown clock which runs out at 6am tomorrow, when triple j Breakfast hosts Tom and Alex will begin announcing the bands who'll play this year.

Bands who have already let slip that they'll be hitting the stage when the festival returns to its iconic Belongil Fields site in July include Jack WhiteThe Shins, LA's Danger Mouse-endorsed duo Electric Guest, indie pop next-big-things Zulu Winter, Melbourne bedroom-soul producer Chet Faker, and psych-pop outfit Django Django. Rumours have persisted that Lana Del ReyThe Ting Tings and Sleigh Bells will also make appearances.

Watch this space for the full list! 

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