January 15, 2007 20:29

Indie stars to play Laneway Festival

Rockers play two weekends in three Australian cities

Indie stars to play Laneway Festival
The Walkmen, Yo La Tengo and Love Is All and and are among the bands that will perform at Australia’s Laneway Festival.

The two-weekend indie rock extravaganza will take place on February 24 and 25 in Melbourne, March 3 in Brisbane and March 4 in Sydney. The first date of the festival in Melbourne has sold out.

Also on the bill are Camera Obscura, The Sleepy Jackson, The Walkmen, Fionn Regan, the Bellrays, Youth Group and more.

For additional information and to purchase tickets for the festival, visit Myspace.com/lanewayfestival.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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