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Catfish and the Bottlemen

Splendour In The Grass sideshows announced

by Noise11.com on April 12, 2019

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The Splendour in the Grass sideshows have been announced.

See dates for Foals · Catfish And The Bottlemen · James Blake · The Streets · Friendly Fires · Fidlar · Little Simz · Maribou State · Tycho · Local Natives · Sam Fender · Honne · Jacob Banks · The Nude Party · Charly Bliss · Phony Ppl · The Midnight.

Foals

MON 15 JUL · MARGARET COURT ARENA · MELBOURNE
WED 17 JUL · HORDERN PAVILION · SYDNEY
SUN 21 JUL · METRO CITY · PERTH

Catfish And The Bottlemen

MON 22 JUL · HORDERN PAVILION · SYDNEY
THU 25 JUL · MARGARET COURT ARENA · MELBOURNE
SUN 28 JUL · HBF STADIUM · PERTH

James Blake

FRI 19 JUL · FORUM · MELBOURNE
WED 24 JUL · ENMORE THEATRE · SYDNEY

The Streets

TUE 16 JUL · METRO CITY · PERTH
THU 18 JUL · FESTIVAL HALL · MELBOURNE
FRI 19 JUL · ENMORE THEATRE · SYDNEY

Friendly Fires

SUN 21 JUL · 170 RUSSELL · MELBOURNE
MON 22 JUL · METRO THEATRE · SYDNEY

Fidlar

FRI 12 JUL · METROPOLIS · FREMANTLE
SUN 14 JUL · LION ART FACTORY · ADELAIDE
WED 17 JUL · CROXTON BANDROOM · MELBOURNE
SAT 20 JUL · CAMBRIDGE HOTEL · NEWCASTLE
SUN 21 JUL · METRO THEATRE · SYDNEY

Little Simz

THU 18 JUL · FACTORY THEATRE · SYDNEY
SUN 21 JUL · CORNER HOTEL · MELBOURNE

Maribou State

WED 17 JUL · SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE · SYDNEY
THU 18 JUL · FORUM · MELBOURNE

Tycho

TUE 23 JUL · FORUM · MELBOURNE
WED 24 JUL · SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE · SYDNEY

Local Natives

FRI 19 JUL · OXFORD ART FACTORY · SYDNEY
SAT 20 JUL · THE ESPY · MELBOURNE

Sam Fender

TUE 23 JUL · CORNER HOTEL · MELBOURNE
WED 24 JUL · OXFORD ART FACTORY · SYDNEY

Honne

FRI 19 JUL · CORNER HOTEL · MELBOURNE
SAT 20 JUL · FACTORY THEATRE · SYDNEY

Jacob Banks

SUN 21 JUL · OXFORD ART FACTORY · SYDNEY
MON 22 JUL · CORNER HOTEL · MELBOURNE

The Nude Party

THU 18 JUL · THE CURTIN · MELBOURNE
FRI 19 JUL · THE LANSDOWNE · SYDNEY

Charly Bliss

FRI 19 JUL · THE CURTIN · MELBOURNE
TUE 23 JUL · THE LANSDOWNE · SYDNEY

Phony People

TUE 23 JUL · NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB · MELBOURNE
WED 24 JUL · THE LANSDOWNE · SYDNEY

The Midnight

WED 17 JUL · CORNER HOTEL · MELBOURNE
THU 18 JUL · OXFORD ART FACTORY · SYDNEY

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