That’s a wrap! The St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has come to an end for 2017 and we’d like to say a huge thank you to (you) the music fans and everyone who partied with us this year. It was so much fun.

Some of our favourite international acts made their debut in Australia at Laneway 2017 (NAO, Aurora, Car Seat Headrest, Floating Points, Whitney & more) alongside this year’s incredibly strong local line-up. We started a podcast about those who inspire us most, celebrated the world’s biggest musical democracy at our Hottest 100 Backyard Party in Brisbane, and introduced our new hotline 1800LANEWAY with the help of our friends Camp Cope.

The festival would also like to thank the local councils; our partner triple j and the media for their support; our valued sponsors; the local artists, market holders and vendors who make Laneway that extra bit special; our festival MCs A.B. Original, and the endlessly talented artists who made up the Laneway line-up this year.

Check out the highlights from Adelaide, Sydney and Fremantle in the video below. [Insert wrap video].

See you next year!


“I truly believe this is Australia’s best festival”
- Kevin Parker, Tame Impala (onstage at Laneway Fremantle)

“As other festivals have come and gone, Laneway has thrived, booking must-see acts year after year, educating and entertaining in equal measure.”
- The West Australian

“The bands comprised an ostensibly excellent line-up; one that perfectly continues in the general theme of the now long-running Laneway Festival.”
- Adelaide Advertiser

“...successfully varied and consistently rewarding”
- Sydney Morning Herald

“A perfect summer festival”
- The Music

“...spirits were high, the sun was shining, and it was impossible to have a bad time.”
- Broadsheet

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We don’t take your support for granted and we welcome your suggestions on how we can improve the festival next year. For your chance to WIN 4 x PIP passes to Laneway Festival 2018 in the city of your choice, head here and fill out our Laneway 2017 survey.

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Check out the third installment of our podcast Laneway Presents: Side of Stage. In this episode Danny Rogers and Dom O’Connor speak with Sophie Miles (Mistletone co-founder) about her career before music, how the industry has changed, and her favorite Ariel Pink stories.

Listen to it here.