St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has revealed its line-up for New Zealand’s eighth edition of the original inner-city boutique festival.
Announce in alphabetical order:
AURORA - Bob Moses - Car Seat Headrest - Clams Casino - Cut Off Your Hands - DMA'S - Fazerdaze - Flight Facilities - Floating Points (Live) - Fortunes - Glass Animals - Julia Jacklin - k2k - Mick Jenkins - Mr. Carmack - NAO - Nick Murphy (Chet Faker) - Nikolai - Purple Pilgrims - Refused - Tame Impala - The Chills - The Julie Ruin - The Veils - Tourist - Tycho - White Lung - Whitney - Yukon Era
St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2017
Monday January 30th: Albert Park, Auckland
TICKETS ON SALE
Festival Members Pre-Sale: Monday 19th September, 9am - 5pm
General On Sale: Wednesday 21st September, 9am via lanewayfestival.co.nz
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