The Splendour In The Grass 2014 set times have been revealed, with the full playing schedule for the four-day winter music festival now locked in.

With over 100 artists playing across multiple stages for the event, there’s bound to be some tough decisions for patrons to make in order to catch all that Splendour has to offer. There’s been effort by organisers to keep clashes at a minimum, especially for the Splendour’s exclusive performances from Outkast, Two Door Cinema Club, Interpol, Danny Brown, and more.

Following a Friday night set from Interpol, André 3000 and Big Boi have the honour of closing the main Amphitheatre stage, clashing with Angus & Julia Stone’s set, making their festival comeback over at the GW McLennan Tent.

Irish indie wonders Two Door Cinema Club on the Saturday, following performances from City And Colour, The Jezabels, and 360. Meanwhile, the Mix Up Stage will host a late night party from Motez, Metronomy, and a closing set from RÜFÜS – playing the same time as Vance Joy on the GW McLennan Tent, following sets from Tune-Yards, Future Island, and Gossling.

Lily Allen is Sunday night’s headliner, playing the Amphitheatre after Foster The People, Hilltop Hoods, and Chvrches. If you’re looking for some draft picks among the timetable, try out our own 17 Splendour acts that we think are must-sees.

The set times are also available in the Splendour 2014 Souvenir Program app for iPad, which includes artist interviews and factoids on the artists playing the Byron Bay event, including maps, set times, and other info. Download it here. You best download the playing times to your phone (or go old school and print and laminate) ahead of the festival given warnings that there may be limited coverage for mobile phone users.

Splendour In The Grass 2014 Set Times

View/download the Splendour In The Grass 2014 map here.
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Don’t forget that Splendour In The Grass 2014 has got plenty of extra-musical activities, such as the Splendour In The Craft, featuring Fancy Free (the ‘crafternoon’ side-project of The Grates’ Patience Hogdson) and other festival-billed artists showing how to make “Piñata Boom Boxes, Cool As F#%k Guitar Pick Charm Bracelets, Scissors Paper Rock-n-roll fanzines” and other arty delights. (Full details here)

Plsu there’s the Splendour Forum, a special program where musicians, politicians, and music thinkers will take part in a series of live panels, interviews, debates, live discussions. There’ll be a special edition of ABC’s Q&A, a songwriting workshop, and more. (Full details here)

Splendour In The Grass 2014 Lineup

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

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
Childish Gambino
Hoodoo Gurus
Hilltop Hoods
Chvrches (Only Aus Show)
The Jezabels
Wild Beasts
Danny Brown (Only Aus Show)
First Aid Kit
Violent Soho
Sam Smith
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
Nina Las Vegas
Yacht Club DJs
Touch Sensitive
Indian Summer
Golden Features
L D R U & Yahtzel DJs
Cosmos Midnight
Fishing DJs
Charles Murdoch

Red Bull Music Academy Lineup:

Thursday 24 July
L W K Y, wordlife, Sabel, Yahtzel, L D R U, Indian Summer.

Friday 25 July
Young Franco, Flamingo, Cassius Select, Dizz1, Remi, Sampology, Kirkis, Roland Tings, Steve Summers, Peanut Butter Wolf (US).

Saturday 26 July
Young Franco, Black Vanilla, Silentjay, Edd Fisher, Nicole Millar, Jamie Bennett, Hiatus Kaiyote, Andras Fox, Nicolas Jaar (DJ set) (NYC).

Sunday 27 July
Young Franco, Oisima, Jordan Rakei, Retiree, Louis Baker (NZ), bAnnoffee, Oscar Key Sung, Lorna Clarkson, Africa Hitech (UK/Warp), Nguzunguzu (US).

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