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D.D Dumbo Added To Laneway Festival’s 2017 Lineup

Written by Zanda Wilson on December 2, 2016

Laneway Festival organisers have now announced that Castlemaine-hailing artist D.D Dumbo has joined the event’s 2017 lineup for all dates (with the exception of Adelaide) as the replacement for The Julie Ruin, who pulled out of the festival last week.

D.D Dumbo (real name Oliver Perry) recently took out the J Award for Australian Album Of The Year for his impressive debut album Utopia Defeated, and Laneway 2017 will see him play his first live shows in two years.

He’ll join a lineup headlined by the artist formerly known as Chet Faker, Nick Murphy, who’ll play his first Aussie shows under his birth name; and Tame Impala, who’ll probably be taking a well-deserved break after the festival.

2017 will see Laneway return to locations in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Fremantle and Sydney, and you can check out the full lineup and ticketing deets below.

UPDATE 09/01/16: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have been announced as the final addition to this year’s Laneway Festival lineup.

Watch: D. D Dumbo – ‘Satan’

Laneway Festival 2017 Lineup (Alphabetical)

A.B.Original

AURORA

Baro*

Bob Moses

Camp Cope

Car Seat Headrest

Clams Casino

D.D Dumbo^

Ecca Vandal*

Fascinator

Floating Points (live)

Flyying Colours*

Gang of Youths

GL

Glass Animals

Jagwar Ma

Jess Kent

Julia Jacklin

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Koi Child

Luca Brasi

Mick Jenkins

Mr. Carmack

NAO

Nicholas Allbrook

Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker)**

Roland tings

Sampa The Great

Tame Impala**

Tash Sultana

The Julie Ruin

Tourist

Tycho

White Lung

Whitney

*Melbourne only

**Exclusive to Laneway, no sideshows

^Not playing Adelaide

Laneway Festival 2017

Tickets on sale now.

Thursday, 26th January

Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane (16+)

Tickets: Laneway Festival

Saturday, 28th January

Footscray Community Arts Centre And The River’s Edge, Melbourne

Tickets: Laneway Festival

Friday, 3rd February

Hart’s Mill, Port Adelaide (16+)

Tickets: Laneway Festival

Saturday, 4th February

Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney

Tickets: Laneway Festival

Sunday, 5th February

Esplanade Reserve and West End, Fremantle

Tickets: Laneway Festival

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