Set times and maps now available for the 2017 Laneway Festival

Are you excited? We’re excited. The 2017 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is almost here, though those lucky Singapore festival lovers will see the tour kick off in their neck of the woods this weekend. For those of us with a little while still to wait, don’t even sweat it – the official set times are here to keep us planning in the meantime.

Hit up the links below to start planning…

BRISBANE
MELBOURNE
ADELAIDE
SYDNEY
FREMANTLE

In addition to the set times (and maps!) being released this morning, the festival have released more information regarding the sheer amount of food options to be on offer. In Brissy, Crafted Q hop in the mix along with Fiery DeliWandering Cooks and Hi-Yo. Melbourne welcomes Milk The Cow and more vendors, while Adelaide’s Laneway Festival is bringing in the crews from La ChivaSookie La LaVan DoughsSunshine Ice Blocks and Low and Slow American BBQ.

For Sydneysiders, the Agape Organic Food Truck and Paella Time are getting involved, while Freo food lovers can chow down on good from Sabroso CantinaJumplings and Sweetlips.

Perhaps more importantly for some, the craft beer. Around the festival, you can expect to see Stone & Wood on offer (Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide), Capital Brewing Co (Brisbane, Sydney), Mismatch Brew (Adelaide), Pirate Life (Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne) and East 9th Brewing (Sydney, Melbourne) all setting up shop. For Melbourne exclusively, ShikkiTemple and West City Brewers will also be at Laneway, while Freo welcomes FeralOtherside Brewing and Colonial.

Bring your cash, bring you tummies and bring your livers.

See you in the pit, on the riverside, at the showgrounds…

2017 ST. JEROME’S LANEWAY FESTIVAL

January 21st | The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay, SINGAPORE
January 26th | Brisbane Showgrounds, BOWEN HILLS (16+)
January 28th | Footscray Community Arts Centre & The River’s Edge, MELBOURNE
January 30th | Albert Park Precinct, AUCKLAND
February 3rd | Hart’s Mill, PORT ADELAIDE (16+)
February 4th | Sydney College of the Arts, ROZELLE

 

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