Splendour in the Grass 2014

Book tickets

Jul 25 - Jul 27 2014

Byron Bay, Australia (North Byron Bay Parklands)

$149 (1-Day); $355 (3-Day)

Splendour In the Grass is an annual music, arts and culture event which from 2001-2009 took place each July/August at Belongil Fields campground on the outskirts of Byron Bay.

As well as the latest and best in music from Australia and overseas, the festival also features local arts and crafts and cuisine.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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