The Fratellis and Vampire Weekend set for Splendour In The Grass festival

Wolfmother and Lightspeed Champion to play too

The Fratellis and Vampire Weekend set for Splendour In The Grass festival
The Fratellis and Vampire Weekend have been announced as part of the line-up for the Splendour In The Grass festival.

The Australian bash will will take place at Belongil Fields in Byron Bay between August 2 and 3.

Wolfmother and Lightspeed Champion are also set to play.

The full line-up is:

Devo
Wolfmother
Sigur Ros
The Living End
The Presets
Tricky
Vampire Weekend
Ben Lee
Cold War Kids
The Fratellis
The Wombats
Pnau
Laura Marling
The Vines
The Grates
Operator Please
Van She
The Panics
Gyroscope
MSTRKRFT
Lightspeed Champion
The Brown Birds From Windy Hill
Scribe
The Music
The Gun Club

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