What started as a tiny indie music event in the laneways of Melbourne, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival has now become one of the most loved music festivals in Australia.
The Laneway Festival started in Melbourne in 2004 and has now expanded to include shows in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle, Auckland, Singapore and Detroit.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival Melbourne 2019 – Dates & Ticket Prices
Aldous Harding, Alex Cameron, Amy Shark, Anderson Paak & The Free Nationals, Angie McMahon, BADBADNOTGOOD, Baker Boy, Basenji, Billie Eilish, Billy Davis & The Good Lords, Bonobo, Cable Ties, City Calm Down, Dream Wife, Father John Misty, Haiku Hands, Jesswar, KLLO, Loyle Carner, Lucy Cliche, Mac DeMarco, Miss Blanks, Moses Sumney, ODESZA, Otologic, POND, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, (Sandy) Alex G, Shame, Slowdive, Spike Fuck & The FML Band, SURVIVE, Sylvan Esso, The Babe Rainbow, The Internet, The War On Drugs, TOKiMONSTA, UV boi, Willaris. K, Wolf Alice. Check back with us for the 2019 program schedule.
Please note that the Laneway Festival Melbourne is strictly an over 18’s event and ID must be presented to gain entry. You not permitted to bring food or drinks into the event however there will be plenty of food and drink stalls inside the event where you can purchase lunch, dinner and snacks throughout the day. You can bring unsealed empty plastic water bottles (no glass) into the event. Chairs are also not permitted.
The festival will take place during the warm Australian Summer on the banks of the Maribyrnong River in Footscray. The Footscray Community Arts Centre plays host to the festival and getting here is easy. Catch a train to Footscray Station and take a 5-minute walk down Bunbury Street where you will reach the venue. Alternatively, catch the #402 bus to the corner of Moreland Street and Dynon Road, and then take a 5-minute walk down Moreland Street. Two-hour metered parking is available, but there are no pass outs from the festival, so it’s best to leave the car at home.