WHEN WILL IT END?
Splendour In The Grass
What do this year’s major international music festivals and the 2015 blockbuster Jurassic World have in common? They’re both major events, populated mostly by ageing headline acts, many of which young people just don’t seem to care all that much about anymore. At least, that’s according to a new study from the folks at Spotify.
Splendour In The Grass brings amazing live music to North Byron Parklands each July, but the festival also prides itself on its art and craft programs — Splendour Arts and the perfectly-named Splendour In The Craft, which have both unveiled their 2015 lineups. Splendour In The Grass 2015 will feature a Splendour Arts program chocked
After taking a hiatus last year, Adelaide’s Spin Off Festival — which has been run as a sister festival to Splendour In The Grass — will not being going ahead in 2015. In a statement to Music Feeds, Craig Lock of Spin Off promoters 5/4 Entertainment says the reason for the extended hiatus is due
Falls Festival and Splendour In The Grass punters may not have as much bass in their face from now on, after the owners of North Byron Parklands were fined for breaching noise restrictions due to high levels of low-frequency noise emitted from this year’s Splendour, which affected local residents. According to the ABC, owners of
UK pop trio London Grammar have been forced to postpone their 2014 Splendour In The Grass sideshows after they announced late last night that they would be pulling out of this weekend’s festival due to illness. The group were scheduled to play at 7pm on the main Amphitheatre Stage this Friday and have since been
With their brand new album soon to be safely in the hands of the masses and some prime real estate on the Splendour In The Grass 2013 poster, Airbourne have announced they will be keeping the momentum flowing with a run of headlining tour dates. Kicking off in July, the lads will be in fine
Two of Australia’s greatest festivals, Splendour in the Grass and Falls, have announced today a new partnership. Splendour’s Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco will now be working alongside Falls’ Simon Daly.
One of the most-anticipated acts of this year’s Splendour in the Grass, Azealia Banks, was forced to end her set early after what has been described as massive sound issues, throwing in the towel around 25 minutes after she began her set.
Fruit and live music are normally not a good mix.
Splendour in the Grass can now take up permanent residence at the North Byron Parklands site at Yelgun after gaining approval by the Planning and Assessment Commission (PAC) today. This decision means that the festival can now take up annual residence at the location, as well as host other cultural events, and bring more employment
New Zealand’s sweetheart, Ladyhawke, has unveiled her new track Sunday Drive with an accompanying video.
Masked man of mystery and super-producer, SBTRKT, has released a new track, Surely. His latest work, Hold On, was released digitally back in February and is scheduled for physical release on May 7. The image accompanying Surely online shows that it will be released as a single through the Young Turks label. Having only just
After spending the past two years at the Woodfordia parklands in Queensland, Splendour in the Grass will now return to its original location at Belongil Fields in Byron Bay. The dates for this year’s event are Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July. The organisers have not yet received approval to host the festival
Splendour in the Grass continues to meet opposition from locals, including Bluesfest director Peter Noble, as the festival attempts to return to Byron Bay.
Splendour In The Grass have issued a statement on their website urging fans to email Byron Shire Council objecting to the LEP amendment council are trying to pass to limit big music festivals in the area.
Well, Splendour is over for another year and with the wrap-up comes the news that organisers are once again pushing for a new site to be used for the festival.