The countdown continues as we have a week and a bit left to go for St Jerome’s Laneway Festival! As we quickly reach February 7th, we now have set times and some surprising last-minute changes to the festival.

Taking place at Hart’s Mill in Port Adelaide, the gates will open at 11:30 am, with four different stages across the venue that will play the amazing variety of music.

  • Hart’s Mill Stage will begin with local artist Jess Day, then follow with Pist IdiotKaiit, Welcome to CountryTones and I, Earl SweatshirtRuel, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and end with The 1975.
  • Lion Arts Stage will start off with George Alice, then followed by Oliver Tree, BeneeHockey Dad, DMA’sOcean Alley and finish with Charli XCX.
  • Friends and Freedom Stage is starting with Col3trane and will be followed by Omar Apollo, Spacey Jane, BBNO$, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, West Thebartons, Stella Donnelly, The Chats and then finishing with J.I.D.
  • Girls Rock Stage will kick off with Katie Pomery, then afterward, Stabbitha & The Knifey Wifeys, Shahrae, Stacey Says, Lonelyspeck,Kučka, and finishing with Hatchie.

Among the changes include Irish band Fontaines D.C. withdrawing their performance from the Laneway fest lineup. It was reported in their statement that due to their commitments of recording their new album, they had to cancel their Aussie tours. “It is with deep regret that we are no longer going to be able to perform at Laneway Festival or our other Australian headline dates across January and February,” says the band in their statement.

However, WA group Psychedelic Porn Crumpets will be joining the roster at Laneway this year. Replacing Fontaines D.C. at the last minute, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have made quite an impression on punk rock fans across the country since their debut four years ago, with their third album “And Now For The Watchamacallit?” out now!

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival will take place on February 7th at Hart’s Mill. Tickets are available here!

If you want to keep the night going, Lion Arts Factory is hosting a bushfire relief after-party with West Thebarton and The Chats headlining the show! For more information and tickets, click here!

Have a look at the full lineup and roster below: