Gambino, SZA, Foals to play Perth and other Splendour sideshow news

Gambino, SZA, Foals to play Perth and other Splendour sideshow news

Plus, sideshows by Catfish and the Bottlemen, Friendly Fires, Dave and more.

Update: 

In an email sent to Perth ticketholders, it appears that SZA has cancelled her show at HBF Stadium on Wednesday July 17, due to "unforseen circumstances". Ticketmaster will be processing refunds to ticket-holders within the next ten days. 

Stay tuned for more information when it comes.

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Original Article:

After dropping a lineup topped by international hip-hop heavyweights and local legends alike, Splendour In The Grass can once again boast a same-day sell-out, moving all their tickets in a couple of hours – a little slower than usual, but considering a dire market for Australian festivals and increased capacity, still notable.

Now, comes the sideshows. After the first handful arrived on Friday, the full list is now in our hands and to be frank; it's a monster mix. There's also a lot of representation on the west coast, a great sign considering that last year, the only Splendour sideshow to drop into Perth was a $180 Kendrick Lamar arena show (which, to be frank, was bloody sick). Gambino, SZA, Foals, Catfish and FIDLAR will all play Perth this year, while the full list also includes acts including James Blake, Russ, Dave, The Lumineers and more. Dive into it all below, and see you there:

Splendour in the Grass 2019 Sideshows:

Childish Gambino

Sunday 14 July - RAC Arena, Perth
Wednesday 17 July - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

SZA

Wednesday 17 July - HBF Stadium, Perth
Friday 19 July - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Tuesday 23 July - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne

Catfish and the Bottlemen

Monday 22 July - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Thursday 25 July - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Sunday 28 July - HBF Stadium, Perth

Foals (with special guests Warpaint)

Monday 15 July - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Wednesday 17 July - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Sunday 21 July - Metro City, Perth

FIDLAR

Friday 12 July - Metropolis, Fremantle
Sunday 14 July - Lion Art Factory, Adelaide
Wednesday 17 July - Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne
Saturday 20 July - Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Sunday 21 July - Metro Theatre, Sydney

Dave

Thursday 18 July - Metro Theatre, Sydney
Saturday 20 July - Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne

Charly Bliss

Friday 19 July - The Curtin, Melbourne
Tuesday 23 July - The Lansdowne, Sydney

Friendly Fires

Sunday 21 July - 170 Russell, Melbourne
Monday 22 July - Metro Theatre, Sydney

Honne

Friday 19 July - Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 20 July - The Factory Theatre, Sydney

Jacob Banks

Sunday 21 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Monday 22 July - Corner Hotel, Melbourne

James Blake

Friday 19 July - The Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July - Enmore Theatre, Sydney

K. Flay

Wednesday 17 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Thursday 18 July - Howler, Melbourne

Little Simz

Thursday 18 July - Factory Theatre, Sydney
Sunday 21 July - Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Local Natives

Friday 19 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Saturday 20 July - The Espy, Melbourne

The Lumineers

Monday 22 July - Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Maribou State

Wednesday 17 July - Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Thursday 18 July - The Forum Theatre, Melbourne

The Midnight

Wednesday 17 July - Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Thursday 18 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

The Nude Party

Thursday 18 July - The Curtin, Melbourne
Friday 19 July - The Lansdowne, Sydney

Phony PPL

Tuesday 23 July - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July - The Lansdowne, Sydney

Sam Fender

Tuesday 23 July - Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

The Streets

Tuesday 16 July - Metro City, Perth
Thursday 18 July - Festival Hall, Melbourne
Friday 19 July - Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Tycho

Tuesday 23 July - The Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July - Sydney Opera House, Sydney

Russ

Monday 15 July - Festival Hall, Melbourne
Tuesday 16 July - Hordern Pavillion, Sydney

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