The full Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup was unveiled just last week, but already organisers have expanded the already massive three-day music festival bill with a handful of additional artists.

The likes of Outkast, Foster The People, Lily Allen, Interpol, are among the 80+ strong list of artists jetted to Byron Bay this winter for Splendour, and today sees the addition of US rapper Childish Gambino (aka actor/comedian Donald Glover), Disclosure collaborator and UK soul singer Sam Smith, and Aussie hip hop royalty Hilltop Hoods.

Splendour’s co-promoters Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco explain, “we didn’t get these three confirmed in time for the lineup announce last Wednesday – too many cocktails over Easter… Better late than never!”

Childish Gambino’s Splendour slot, playing Friday, marks his first appearance since releasing his new album Because The Internet; Glover was last in the country as part of the Big Day Out 2013 lineup. Sam Smith, best known for providing the vocals to Disclosure’s breakout hit ‘Latch’, makes his Australian debut with Splendour, on Sunday, and is already a buzz-name in his native UK where he claimed a Critic’s Choice gong at the BRIT Awards after being named among BBC’s Sound of 2014 class.

Locked in to perform on Sunday, Hilltop Hoods are Splendour mainstays, with their 2014 addition marking the sixth time the Adelaide trio have played the festival, a decade on from their 2004 debut with the Byron Bay event.

The three new additions brings the Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup to a grand total of 86 artists (as our exhaustive A-Z Guide detailed), including exclusive Australian performances from Outkast, Two Door Cinema Club, Interpol, Darkside, Chvrches, Danny Brown, Buraka Som Sistema, and Parquet Courts. “We didn’t get these three confirmed in time for the lineup announce last Wednesday – too many cocktails over Easter…”

The enormous list of performers will play across multiple stages over Friday 25th July to Sunday 27th July at the festival’s purpose built site at the North Byron Parklands in Yelgun, located on a huge 660 acres of parkland 25 kilometres north of Byron, with camping available from Wednesday 23rd July on-site.

Tickets go on sale Friday 2nd May (9am AEST), with single day passes going for $149 (+b/f), full three-day passes for $355 (+b/f) and camping tickets costing an extra $99 (+b/f). Full ticket info and lineup details below.

Splendour In The Grass 2014 Lineup

Childish Gambino
Sam Smith
Hilltop Hoods

Joining the already announced lineup of:

Outkast (Only Aus Show)
Two Door Cinema Club (Only Aus Show)
Lily Allen
Interpol (Only Aus Show)
Foster The People
Angus & Julia Stone
City And Colour
London Grammar
Vance Joy
Darkside (Only Aus Show)
Ben Howard
Hoodoo Gurus
Chvrches (Only Aus Show)
The Jezabels
Wild Beasts
Danny Brown (Only Aus Show)
First Aid Kit
Violent Soho
The 1975
Ball Park Music
Art Vs Science
Buraka Som Sistema (Only Aus Show)
The Preatures
Parquet Courts (Only Aus Show)
Sticky Fingers
Peking Duk
Sky Ferreira
Future Islands
Courtney Barnett
DZ Deathrays
The Strypes
Hot Dub Time Machine
The Kite String Tangle
Mikhael Paskalev
Wave Racer
The Acid
Circa Waves
Dustin Tebbutt
The Head And The Heart
Darren Middleton
Little May
D.D Dumbo
Tkay Maidza
The Creases
The Wild Feathers
Chrome Sparks
Mas Ysa
Nick Mulvey
Triple J Unearthed Winners

Plus DJs & Producers:

Nina Las Vegas
Yacht Club DJs
Touch Sensitive
Indian Summer
L D R U & Yahtzel DJs
Cosmos Midnight
Fishing DJs
Charles Murdoch

Splendour In The Grass 2014 Dates, Tickets

Splendour In The Grass 2014 lineup revealed on Wednesday 23rd April

Friday 25th, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th July
North Byron Parklands, Byron Bay

General Public Tickets for Splendour In the Grass 2014 go on sale at 9am AEST on Friday 2 May through and 1300 GET TIX (438 849).

3-DAY (Friday to Sunday [also includes Thursday access]) = $355 + booking fees
SINGLE DAY (Friday or Saturday or Sunday) = $149 + booking fees
(Event tickets also have an optional Carbon Offset add-on – $3 per ticket.)

5 NIGHTS (Wednesday to Monday) = $99 + booking fees

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