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Could This Be Splendour In The Grass' Best Year Of Artist Collabs?

22 July 2019 | 4:02 pm | Staff Writer

Matt Corby and Tina Arena. The Rubens and Vic Mensa. Hilltop Hoods and everyone.

The Veronicas performing with Allday. Image via triple j.

The Veronicas performing with Allday. Image via triple j.

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Splendour In The Grass is known for its very impressive collaborations but this year might have just taken the cake with a bunch of huge artists joining forces at this year's festival.  

Allday and The Veronicas

The much-loved track from The Veronicas, Untouched, picked up the Allday treatment and a lot (A LOT) of screaming from fans.

Allday and The Veronicas - 'Untouched' (live at Splendour In The Grass 2019)

One of the most piercing screams of Splendour 2019? Look no further than Allday and The Veronicas teaming up for 'Untouched'.

Posted by triple j on Saturday, July 20, 2019

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Hayden James and the Brisbane City Gospel Choir

Wow. Just wow. 

Hayden James - 'Nowhere To Go' (live at Splendour In The Grass 2019)

Hayden James got nowhere to go - but the Brisbane City Gospel Choir took us there 🙌

Posted by triple j on Friday, July 19, 2019

The Rubens and Vic Mensa

Dropping their brand new track, Falling Asleep At The Wheel, Vic Mensa made an appearance via video during The Ruben's Sunday arvo set. 

The Rubens and G Flip

Joining The Rubens in person was G Flip (real name Georgia Flipo), who joined the group to perform Sarah Aarons' part of Never Ever. Flipo has shared a shoutout on Twitter to a very special person who helped her get through the performance. 

Set Mo with KLP, Thandi Phoenix, Sayah and Woodes

This is very good. And we would like it at every Set Mo show ever from now on please.

Matt Corby and Tina Arena

Ummm, excuse us, we're now dead after this huge version of Chains.

Hilltop Hoods and this all-star Aussie group

Hilltop Hoods stepped up to fill in a Chance The Rapper size hole on the Sunday night bill and they delivered with a massive set featuring the likes of Ruel, Montaigne, Illy, Adrian Eagle and Jesswar.