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Splendour In The Grass 2012: Line-up Leak?

Written by Alex Langlands on March 13, 2012

So it looks as if it has begun once again. Splendour In the Grass is just around the corner, and the first fake poster has emerged. The image above, which is currently being spread around the internet, looks somewhat realistic (apart form the artwork) and includes headliners Bloc Party, Jack White, The Black Keys and Franz Ferdinand, all who have been rumoured for quite some time.


Update: Splendour in the Grass 2012 line up is here


This line-up has been created by someone who has done their research, with all bands fitting the timeslots and rumours apart from Hot Chip who are booked for Camp Bestival. If half this line-up turns out to be legitimate, then excitement is to be had all round.

Other artists include; Thurston Moore, The Shins, The Temper Trap, Empire of the Sun, The Dandy Warhols and Regina Spektor. Only time will tell if the line-up is true and with the line-up to be revealed soon, expect more rumours to come.

Splendour in the Grass will take place from the 27th July – 29th in Belongil Feilds, Byron Bay.

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