Laneway Festival announces Fremantle pass-outs, drops national set times/maps

Laneway Festival announces Fremantle pass-outs, drops national set times/maps

They've also announced some after parties in Sydney and Melbourne.

We are getting very close to the commencement of the 2018 edition of St Jerome's Laneway Festival (it kicks off in Adelaide on Friday 2 February in fact), and as such they've unleashed the map and playing times for each city. Your best bet for checking 'em out in a helpful way (i.e. so they're on your phone on the day), is downloading the Laneway App for iOS or Android, although we have thrown them down the bottom of the page in case you did wanna bookmark this bad boy.

Also of importance is the introduction of PASS-OUTS to the Fremantle edition of the festival, allowing punters to explore the streets of Fremantle between the hours of 11am and 4pm, in essence putting the "laneway" back into St Jerom's Laneway Festival. It's pretty damn cool, you can read up more information on it HERE, and check out their recommendations below:

laneway 2018 fremantle passouts map

And finally they've also announced official after parties in Sydney and Melbourne, with some pretty bloody stunning lineups to choose from:

Sat 3 Feb - Max Watts, Melbourne feat:
Bonobo (DJ set)
Harvey Sutherland (DJ set)
Hiatus Kaiyote DJs
+ More TBA

Sun 4 Feb - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney feat:
BADBADNOTGOOD (Live)
Kllo (DJ set)
Roy Molloy on horn (Alex Cameron) (DJ set)
FlexMami
+ More TBA

As always, head to the Laneway Festival WEBSITE for more info/tickets, and check those playing times below:

laneway 2018 set times adelaide

laneway 2018 set times Melbourne

laneway 2018 set times sydney

laneway 2018 set times brisbane

laneway 2018 set times fremantle

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