So it's that time of the year again. The glorious north Byron parklands open their doors to 35,000 screaming punters, lining up to soak up those splendiferous rays of sunshine, music and all around good vibes. We've done the hard work for you and scoured the line up for the unmissable acts this year.
The Toms (our very own June band of the month) will be a dazzle you as they take to the Mix Up stage Sunday afternoon.
Scottish indie pop icons Franz Ferdinand will not disappoint. Don't take us out, take us straight to the Amphitheatre Saturday night.
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Strokes guitarist AHJ is on a solo tour with rave reviews. Don't miss his set at the GW Sunday afternoon.
From a duo to a trio, Pnau have had a resurgence in the music scene these last 2 years. Sunday evening at the Amphitheatre will be big.
The boys from Methyl Ethel know how to have fun. Jump on the bandwagon and enjoy the ride Saturday evening at the Amphitheatre.
No stranger to the main stage at Splendour, Lorde got one of her first big breaks at Splendour back in 2013 thanks to a Mr Frank Ocean pulling out last minute. She's come a long way since then and is guaranteed to razzle the crowd.
Head to the Tiny Dancer stage Sunday night for a boogie to this guy.
McMahon's first appearance at Splendour is set to be big. Don't miss her Sunday midday set.
English singer-songwriter Ben Howard is back at Splendour to perform his newly released third album. His previous shows have been highlights and this one should be no exception.
No explanation needed. Let's face it, most of you are there for this guy. Not to be missed.