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Entertainment The Strokes, Tyler The Creator & Gorillaz Confirmed for Splendour in the Grass 2020

14:17  13 july  2020
14:17  13 july  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Splendour In The Grass have announced the acts headlining their 2021 return, and its sure to make you Feel Good Inc. Iconic 90’s act Gorillaz will be kicking off the 20th anniversary of the festival followed by The Strokes and finishing up with US rapper Tyler , The Creator .

The Strokes and Tyler , The Creator have remained as headliners on the bill, now joined by British favourites Gorillaz . Splendour in the Grass will take place at North Byron Parklands from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July, 2021. All 2020 tickets will be valid for the 2021 edition — if you can’t attend, you’ll

The 20th anniversary edition of Australia’s Splendour In the Grass is more than a year away, though festival-fans just got a taste of what’s to come.

On Monday, organizers confirmed Tyler, The Creator and The Strokes have signed up for the rescheduled Splendour dates, now set for July 23-25, 2021.

Also, virtual British band Gorillaz will slot into the top of the bill. The Damon Albarn-led project replaces Flume, who was originally booked for Splendour’s 2020 edition, but isn’t available for the new dates in 2021.

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We are so excited to announce our headliners for #SITG2021 and we DARE you not to FEEL GOOD INC You’ll be spending next July with @gorillaz, @thestrokes & Tyler, The Creator (@feliciathegoat) Unfortunately, Flume isn’t available for July 2021. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW TO PURCHASE (LINK IN BIO) If your preferred ticket type is unavailable, keep checking back during the refund window as pre-loved tickets are made available daily! All 2020 tickets will be valid for Splendour 2021, so please retain your tickets and support live music if you wish to attend next July. Moshtix has been in touch with all account holders directly and those 2020 event purchasers who aren’t able to attend the new dates can apply for a refund. We have extended this refund window until midnight, Monday 27 July We’ll be dropping the rest of the lineup in early 2021! A post shared by Splendour in the Grass (@splendourinthegrass) on Jul 12, 2020 at 3:35pm PDT

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Start rounding up the crew, Splendour In The Grass 2021 have just dropped a juicy By Morgan Reardon 13th Jul 2020 . COVID-19 might have stolen music festivals from us this year Co-headlining is Gorillaz (replacing original headliner Flume) on Friday 23 July and The Strokes on Saturday 24 July.

Music event in Yelgun, NSW, Australia by Splendour in the Grass and 18 others on Friday, October 23 2020 with 67K people interested and 27K people going . Fri, 24 Jul UTC+10 at Splendour in the Grass .

It’s something of a “Feel Good Inc” development from Splendour’s producers Jessica Ducrou and Paul Piticco, who had tentatively pushed back this year’s show by three months to October 2020 due to the pandemic. Last month, Ducrou and Piticco conceded those plans couldn’t work and the popular three-day festival was delayed by a full year.

“We have been monitoring the situation closely for the past few months and while Australia is now moving into the recovery phase, there is no timeline yet around the opening of international borders,” said Ducrou and Piticco, co-CEOs of Secret Sounds, in a statement issued at the time.

As a result, and “with our audience interests front and centre,” the message continues, “we must announce the reschedule to 2021 now.”

A bill loaded with international and local acts was originally announced for 2020, including Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Midnight Oil (The Makarrata Project), Glass Animals, Denzel Curry, Duke Dumont Live, Violent Soho, Mura Masa and King Krule.

There’s no real clarity on when travel restrictions will be lifted, though Ducrou and Piticco have said they “intend to rebook” as many of those artists as possible and they’ve begun to work through that process.

The rest of the Splendour in the Grass lineup will drop in early 2021. Tickets are available at Moshtix.

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