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Laneway Sydney Is Moving

by Paul Cashmere on September 10, 2019

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After a decade at Rozelle, the Sydney location for the Laneway Music Festival is on the move.

While new location is The Domain. The promoters of the festival say, “We’ve had 10 amazing years at the Sydney College of the Arts and Callan Park and we’ll forever be grateful for the support of the local community who gave the festival a Sydney home. We decided that it was time to move back into the city so we could present the show with the best possible staging, sound and overall accessibility both in and around the event. We have plans to create a unique offering in The Domain that hasn’t been seen before. We can’t wait to present Laneway in this stunning world class location.”

The Domain location will be a bigger location and more easily accessible by train, bus, ferry, bike and car.

More details of the setup and line-up are expected to be announced in coming weeks.

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