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Shannon Noll To Perform At Splendour In The Grass 2018

UPDATE: Happy April Fool’s Day!

UPDATE: Splendour In The Grass 2018 Lineup Announced

Shannon Noll has revealed he will make his Splendour In The Grass debut this July, off the back of his latest album Unbroken.

Speaking exclusively with Music Feeds, Nollsie said he’s ready to bring some “fair-dinkumness” to this year’s Splendour festivities.

“I’m really happy to be the first-ever Australian Idol finalist to perform at Splendour, and I’ve got a whole bunch of new songs I can’t wait to share with the punters,” he said.

When Music Feeds reminded Nollsie that Guy Sebastian had already performed at Splendour In The Grass, he shed a single tear and said, “Second again.”

Reacting to news of Nollsie’s long-awaited Splendour debut, one fan remarked, “I bet that’s not the only taste of Splendour you’ve had in the grass, ay Nollsie?

“Nah, just pitching ya tipi forest cob. Anyway, while I’ve got ya, do ya reckon you could return me tomato sauce bottle bong from last year’s Splendour mate?

“Woollies ran out of stock on Masterfoods so I’ve been punching cannies ever since and the misso keeps getting up me arse about it in case Dunies are back on the lineup this year. ‘Scott Green’, ay shagger! Alright mate, I’ll leave ya to it. Hooroo!”

The only other act to have confirmed their place on this year’s Splendour lineup are UK indie rockers The Wombats, who said they are “definitely” playing the festival. Read up on six big-name acts we think will perform at Splendour this year in the gallery below.

Meanwhile, Nollsie is also scheduled to tour the country in support of his new album in May, before Splendour In The Grass returns to Byron Bay in July.

Stay tuned to Music Feeds for the full Splendour lineup as soon as it drops.

UPDATE: Happy April Fool’s Day!

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Splendour In The Grass 2018

Friday, 20th — Sunday, 22nd July

North Byron Parklands, Byron Bay

Tickets: Official Website

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