The party started last weekend when St. Jerome's Laneway Festival kicked off in Singapore on Saturday, and it's only five days until New Zealand's first Laneway at the glorious new Albert Park precinct location. Check out our playing times and maps below, and also at the Laneway website or via the Laneway Festival app, available to download for free.
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THE LANEWAY FESTIVAL PODCAST
Check out episode two of the new podcast ‘Laneway Presents: Side of Stage’. In this ep, Laneway Festival co-founder Danny Rogers speaks with Corey Smyth (manager of Dave Chappelle and Vince Staples, amongst other things) about growing up in Harlem, how he sold a rare baseball card to kickstart his career in music, and lots more.
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St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2017
Monday January 30th: Albert Park, Auckland
Tickets via lanewayfestival.co.nz
The Laneway Festival New Zealand line-up 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 -
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - Mick Jenkins - Mr. Carmack -
NAO - Nick Murphy (Chet Faker) - Nikolai - Purple Pilgrims -
Refused - Tame Impala - The Chills - The Veils - Tourist -
Tycho - White Lung - What So Not - Whitney - Yukon Era
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