Hoooooooooboy. Get ready to start planning your trip to Byron, the lineup for Splendour In The Grass 2015 is finally here.

Words by

Tyson Wray

The 2015 incarnation of the festival will be headlined by Blur who will finally be making it up to Australian fans after they cancelled their appearance at the Big Day Out in 2014.

They're joined on the top tier of the lineup by Florence + The Machine, Mark Ronson and Of Monsters & Men.   Also on the bill are The Wombats, Tame Impala, Peking Duk, Ryan Adams, Flight Facilities, Royal Blood (only Australian show), Death Cab For Cutie, Earl Sweatshirt, Boy & Bear, Porter Robinson, The Dandy Warhols (only Australian show), Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, Azealia Banks, The Rubens, Jamie T, Pond, Spiritualized (only Australian show), Alison Wonderland, Thundamentals, Best Coast, Everything Everything, San Cisco, MS MR, Jarryd James, Purity Ring, Allday, Carmada, The Grates, The Smith Street Band, Tkay Maidza, Johnny Marr, Last Dinosaurs, Megan Washington, The Vaccines, #1 Dads, The Church, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, The King Khan & The BBQ Show, Alpine, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Paul Mac, Dustin Tebbutt, MØ, Years & Years, Jenny Lewis, C.W. Stoneking, Seekae, George Maple, Elliphant, Client Liaison, Palma Violets, SAFIA, Hayden James, Dune Rats, Wolf Alice, Meg Mac, Cosmo's Midnight, Marmozets, Oh Mercy, Mansionair, The Districts, Shlohmo, Elizabeth Rose, The Delta Riggs, Circa Waves, Nancy Whang, Eves The Behaviour, Urban Cone, Art of Sleeping, Japanese Wallpaper, Gengahr, Bad//Dreems, Ecca Vandal, Holy Holy, Vallis Alps, UV Boi, The Babe Rainbow, Harts, Generik, Young Franco, Mickey Kojak, GL, Benson, Harvey Sutherland, Total Giovanni DJs, Dugong Jr, I'lls, Akouo, Noise In My Head and triple j Unearthed Winners.   The first announcement is rounded out by DJs Joyride, Post Percy, Ara Koufax, CC:Disco!, Adi Toohey, Set Mo, Edd Fisher, Mike Who and Shantan Wantan Ichiban.

Splendour In The Grass 2015 will take place from Friday July 24 - Sunday July 26. Onsite camping will once again be available from Wednesday July 22.




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