Splendour in the Grass is just around the corner. And today it released a last clutch of tickets for those who missed out when the tickets first went on sale.
First up on the line-up this year is Childish Gambino – aka renowned polymath Donald Glover. To the disappointment of fans across the country the celebrated rapper cancelled his Australian tour in October last year due to a foot injury.
Gambino heads up a bill of amazing hip-hop acts that also includes psychedelic Chicago artist Chance the Rapper, Kendrick Lamar's All the Stars collaborator SZA, and iconic English MC The Streets.
The big Australian act making the trip to the North Byron Parklands is Tame Impala. The band released its new single, Patience, just the other week – think of it as a cosmos-wandering Bee Gees cover (that's no diss by the way).
Other incredible Australian artists include Courtney Barnett, Brisbane's shoegaze-pop artist Hatchie and Tame Impala band mates Pond, whose new album, Tasmania, is an absolute stunner, and the most political of the band's career.
And then there's also a selection of electronic acts including English crooner James Blake, and a ripper selection of DJs including Japanese Kenji Takimi, and locals Wax'o Paradiso and Jennifer Loveless.
In a final announcement before the festival, Fremantle indie-rockers Spacey Jane will be make their inaugural trip to North Byron Parklands too.
Tickets go on sale Thursday April 11 from 9am (AEST). Tickets here.
Take a look at Broadsheet's gallery of Splendour in the Grass 2018.
This article was updated on July 4, 2019.
Chance the Rapper
What So Not
Catfish and the Bottlemen
Allday & Friends
The Teskey Brothers
Tropical F*ck Storm
Harvey Sutherland (DJ set)
The Nude Party
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
A. Swayze and the Ghosts
Noise in My Head
Skin on Skin
Close Counters (DJ set)