Splendour In The Grass is almost upon us for another year and its time to start planning. From who you want to see to what you're going to wear, we've set up a handy everything to know guide to make your festival experience as seamless as possible.
Below, everything you need to know about this year's Splendour In The Grass Festival at NSW's North Byron Parklands this July 19th-21st.
Lineup And Set Times
Chance The Rapper
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Santigold (only Australian show)
What So Not
Allday + Friends
Ocean Alley - This year's Mystery Oz Act
Slaves (only Australian show)
Tropical F*ck Storm
The Teskey Brothers
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
A. Swayze and the Ghosts
The Nude Party
Harvey Sutherland (DJ set)
Noise In My Head
Skin On Skin
Triple J Unearthed Friday
Triple J Unearthed Saturday
Close Counters (DJ set)
Unfortunately, international act Mormor pulled out of the Byron Bay festival.
For all the set times in AEST see here.
Pop-Ups To Check Out
Opening Night Party: Before the bands take to the stage on Splendour In The Grass’ packed first day, RedBull is throwing its infamous first-night party on July 18. See Pond, FlexMami, Mystics, Electric Fields and more. The party opens with a bang at 6 pm AEST and runs until late, with free entry for anyone with a three-day event ticket.
Mary's and Mary's Pizzeria: Splendour in The Grass 2019 got a whole lot more Rock N Roll with the announcement that Newtown residents Mary’s and Mary’s Pizzeria will be heading up to the three-day festival serving all their classics and a good time. Mary’s will be taking up residency in the coveted Gold Bar; the VIP bar serving all the artists, celebrities and the lucky few who have a VIP ticket. Mary's Pizzeria will be setting up in the newly announced VIP Village.
Icebergs: Iconic Bondi Icebergs restaurant is making the journey to North Byron Parklands for Splendour this year. Set up in a private location behind the Amphitheatre, the pop up will serve a three-course feast with drinks by Smirnoff Infusions, Organics By Redbull and Hoegaarden. You can book your spot in one of the two-hour dining experiences and your ticket allows you entry to the exclusive Italo Dining & Disco Club party on the last day of the festival.
Comedy Club: Forget Childish Gambino, SZA and Chance The Rapper - Splendour’s Comedy Club is bringing some of the best comedians in the country to the festival, with shows running across all three days. The lineup also includes Eggboy.
The Science Tent: Dr Karl is also coming to Splendour, teaming up with Adam Spencer and others to run hands-on science experiments and workshops.
Splendour In The Craft: Think hot glue guns, bedazzling and DIY fun.
Tinder's Festival Mode: The brand-new mode on the dating app matches you with other people heading to Splendour In The Grass, so you can line up cute dates or meet new friends. Just add the Splendour badge to your Tinder profile to start matching.
4 Pines: Enjoy some of Australia's best beer with the 4 Pines pop up.
The Wilds: An immersion of the senses, ‘The Wilds’ is Smirnoff’s main hub and destination across the festival weekend. It’s a place for those that like to explore, connect, and get more out of life and their festival experience. Here, attendees will enjoy Smirnoff Pure ‘Classic Lime & Soda’, made with just vodka and natural ingredients, with nothing to hide.