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The Cure photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Cure and The Strokes Lead Splendour In The Grass Line-up

by Paul Cashmere on April 13, 2016

in Live,News

The Splendour In The Grass announcement is out with The Cure and The Strokes topping the bill for the 2016 music festival at Byron Bay.

The line-up also sees the reactivation of The Avalanches, an appearance from Sigur Ros in their only Australian show as well as a line-up of locals including Matt Corby, Courtney Barnett, Sticky Fingers, Ball Park Music and DMA’s.

Splendour In The Grass line-up 2016

The Strokes. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.• The Strokes (Only Aus Show)
• The Cure
• Flume
• The Avalanches (Only Aus Show)
• James Blake
• At The Drive-In
• Violent Soho
• Hermitude
• Band Of Horses
• Sigur Rós (Only Aus Show)
• Santigold
• Matt Corby
• Sticky Fingers
• Boy & Bear
• Jake Bugg
• The 1975
• Leon Bridges
• Duke Dumont (Dj Set)
• James Vincent Mcmorrow (Only Aus Show)
• Courtney Barnett
• The Kills
• The Preatures
• What So Not
• Years And Years
• Gang Of Youths
• Illy
• Peter Bjorn & John
• Golden Features
• Crystal Fighters
• Ball Park Music
• Tegan & Sara
• DMA’s
• Hayden James
• City Calm Down
• Snakehips
• Mark Lanegan
• Michael Kiwanuka
• Jagwar Ma
• Jack Garratt
• King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
• The Jungle Giants
• The Internet
• Motez
• Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders
• Lido
• Emma Louise
• Kim Churchill
• Nothing But Thieves
• Låpsley
• Kacy Hill
• Slumberjack
• Robert Forster (10 Years On)
• Beach Slang
• Urthboy
• Little May
• Boo Seeka
• Ganz
• Spring King
• Melbourne Ska Orchestra
• Fat White Family
• Total Giovanni
• Methyl Ethel
• Slum Sociable
• L D R U
• In Loving Memory Of Szymon
• Blossoms
• High Tension
• Roland Tings
• Sampa The Great
• The Wild Feathers
• Harts
• Ngaiire
• Montaigne
• Tired Lion
• Green Buzzard
• Jess Kent
• Gold Class
• Lucy Cliché
• Opiuo
• Mall Grab
• Dom Dolla
• Paces
• Just A Gent
• Dro Carey
• Running Touch
• Wafia
• World Champion
• Sui Zhen
• Remi
• Nicole Millar
• Dreller
• Feki
• Kllo
• Banoffee
• Triple J Unearthed Winners Plus Moonbase Commander
• The Meeting Tree
• Twinsy
• Purple Sneakers Djs
• Human Movement
• Planète
• Swick
• Amateur Dance
• Ribongia

9am sharp AEST on Thursday 21 April through or phone 1300 GET TIX (438 849).

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