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ADELAIDE: FRIDAY 7 FEBRUARY - HARTS MILL, PORT ADELAIDE (16+)

Laneway Festival Adelaide is being held on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and we wish to acknowledge them as Traditional Custodians. We offer our respect to the Elders of these traditional lands – both past and present - and, through them, to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We’ve put on additional trains to help you get to and from the event, so be sure to plan your trip here

We want to make sure you have an epic day, so please take care of yourselves and your mates. 

Prior to arriving at the gates, please ensure your tickets are downloaded or printed and don't forget your ID!

If you have any mobility restrictions, we have a dedicated accessibility liaison on-site all day. Don't hesitate to call with questions about access, medication and festival facilities. Feel free to reach out in advance and register at [email protected] or call Nadine on 0488 999 408 on the day.

Don’t forget Laneway is cashless so leave your cash at home and bring your card or mobile for payments.

And finally, name changes on tickets close at 8am on event day. Contact Moshtix Tixsupport for more info. 

Gates open at 11.30am - see you there!

GETTING TO LANEWAY

Port Adelaide is roughly a 25-minute drive from the CBD, but there are a number of other ways to get there and back. 

Entrance

This year the entrance for Laneway is on the corner Nile St. and Mundy Street, accessible via Nile St. This is the only entry point for the festival.

Trains

Adelaide Metro trains on the Outer Harbour route depart from Adelaide Station every 30 minutes, stopping at Port Adelaide Station 20 minutes later. Hart’s Mill is then a 10 - 15 minute walk from the railway station. Head to adelaidemetro.com.au for full timetables and more information.

Extra train services will be running from Port Adelaide station at the completion of the festival. These services will run at 11:19pm, 11:49pm, 12:19am and 1:19am.

Metro Buses 

The most direct bus route from the city to Laneway Festival is the 150, which departs from Stop R2 on North Tce every half hour and takes roughly 40 minutes to get to the Port Adelaide Interchange via Port Rd. Hart’s Mill is then a 5-minute walk away.

Other bus routes serving Port Adelaide include the 117, 118, 333, 350 and 352. Head to adelaidemetro.com.au for full timetables and more information.

Driving

We'll have a dedicated pick up/drop off and taxi zone on St Vincent Street, in between Hare St and Torrens Pl. 

Ride Share

There is a dedicated pick-up and drop of zone for ride share vehicles such as Uber and Ola as well as those getting a lift with family or friends.

Bike Parking

We’ll have bike parking available, right near the festival entrance. BYO bike lock!

TAXI

Taxi companies have been notified of the event and will be at the site at the completion of the festival in a dedicated pick up zone on St. Vincent St. As the Taxi companies are independently operated Laneway cannot predict the level of Taxi services available.

GIRLS ROCK!

We’re excited to again be teaming up with Girls Rock! Adelaide to present our Girls Rock! stage located in the Vitalstatistix hall at this years event. See our playing times for artist and set times, plus check out the teams stall in the back of the hall including some fun and interactive surprises!

Want to learn more about Girls Rock!? Check them out HERE or donate to their winter camp HERE.