Words by

Veronica Stanford

We can confirm this year’s Splendour in the Grass well and truly lived up to its name. Not only did the weather outdo itself, there was no (expected) mud in sight.

The North Byron Parklands event played host to interesting street style, incredible food (shout out to Byron Bay Organic Doughnuts), plenty of sunburn and insane music.

Bringing together a collection of party animals, kids, ravers, oldies, foodies and dedicated fans, Splendour really had something for everyone.

Musical highlights included Leon Bridges, The Strokes, The Preatures, Crystal Fighters, The Cure, Banoffee, Kllo, James Blake and waaaaaaaay more.

And for those of you who couldn’t be there, this is what we saw.


Photography: Jackson Grant

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