Video: Savages Perform She Will Live @ KEXP (16 April 2013).
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival have announced the 2014 Australian lineup today, and its looking good. Savages and Warpaint! Woo-hoo – Daughter are returning! Adalita, Haim, Lorde. Its time for the girls to rock out!
We hope Adalita gets to strut her stuff on the stage named after her former bandmate Dean Turner of Magic Dirt who unfortunately passed away of cancer in 2009. It was originally Dean’s great idea for Laneway to provide free public transport to the festival.
Kirin J Callinan will also be there to frighten you with his latex gloves in the back of his pocket (who needs those apart from serial killers?). That’s if you can burn the image of Kirin in his undies out of your retina!
Laneway Festival 2014 Lineup (alphabetical order):
- Autre Ne Veut
- Cashmere Cat
- Cass McCombs
- Cloud Control**
- Danny Brown
- Dick Diver
- Earl Sweatshirt
- Four Tet
- Frightened Rabbit
- Jagwar Ma
- Jamie XX
- King Krule
- Kirin J Callinan
- Kurt Vile
- Mount Kimble
- MT Warning
- Parquet Courts
- Run The Jewels (EL-P & Killer Mike)
- The Growl
- The Jezabels**
- Unknown Mortal Orchestra**
- Vance Joy
- Youth Lagoon
** Festival show only, no sideshow.
Laneway Festival 2014 Dates:
- Singapore – Saturday 25 January 2014, The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay
- Auckland – Monday 27 January 2014, Silo Park
- Brisbane – Friday 31 January 2014, Brisbane RNA, Fortitude Valley
- Melbourne – Saturday 1 February 2014, Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC) and the River’s Edge
- Sydney – Sunday 2 February 2014, Sydney College of the Arts (SCA), Rozelle
- Adelaide – Friday 7 February 2014, Harts Mill, Port Adelaide
- Fremantle – Saturday 8 February 2014, Esplanade Park and West End
- Brisbane – $128.20
- Melbourne – $159.04
- Sydney – $159.04
- Adelaide – $128.46
- Fremantle – $141
- Presale tickets available for VISA card holders only
- On sale 12pm, Monday 30 September to 12pm, Tuesday 1 October (until sold out)
- See www.visaentertainment.com.au
Laneway Festival Tickets On Sale:
- General Public tickets onsale from 9am, Thursday 3 October
- Spare $2 when you buy your ticket to donate to the Yiriman Project which aims to assist young indigenous people at risk from suicide, self-harm, substance abuse, crime and loss of cultural identity.
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