Splendour In The Grass Moves To 2021

10 June 2020 | 12:07 pm | Staff Writer


Splendour In The Grass has been moved to 2021.

“We have been monitoring the situation closely for the past few months and while Australia is now moving into the recovery phase, there is no timeline yet around the opening of international borders," said Splendour In The Grass co-producers Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco in a statement today. 

"As a result, and with our audience interests front and centre, we must announce the reschedule to 2021 now. 

"We intend to rebook as many of the 2020 artists as possible and we have started to work through that process."

“We send a huge thanks to all of our Splendour community for their support during this time, and hope you are all keeping safe and well. 

"We also send our love to all of the music industry workers who are doing it tough at the moment. We can’t wait to see you all in 2021 for the biggest birthday celebration of all time.”

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The festival will now take place from 23-25 July 2021.

The annual event was originally due to take place this July but was postponed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

It was due to take place this October with headliners including Flume, The Strokes and Tyler, The Creator.

Tickets for the 2020 festival will remain valid for the 2021 event, while those who are unable to attend can apply for a refund. 

Additional tickets will be available via pre-sale from 12pm Thursday 11 June, with general sale happening from 12pm Monday 15 June. 


Midnight Oil

Violent Soho


Dom Dolla

Tim Minchin


Sampa The Great


Jungle Giants

G Flip

Thelma Plum


Julia Jacklin

Lime Cordiale

Methyl Ethel

Julia Stone

Mall Grab

Jack River

Baker Boy

The Chats


Confidence Man


Stella Donelly

Triple One

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Northeast Party House


Hooligan Hefs


Alex The Astronaut

Alice Ivy

Adrian Eagle


The Babe Rainbow

Sly Withers

Mickey Kojak


George Alice

Dro Carey

The Soul Movers

The Lazy Eyes

Lex Deluxe

Andy Golledge

Cry Club

Charlie Collins

Memphis LK

Dena Amy

Jordan Brando

Shantan Wanta Ichiban

For more information about how COVID-19 is impacting the music industry, follow the link here.