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Stormzy's Splendour sideshows are selling out quick.

5 must-see Splendour in the Grass sideshows

An epic Splendour in the Grass line-up has been announced, and tickets have come and gone. If you weren’t able to get your hands on a Splendour ticket or if you’re simply obsessed with the line-up, then getting to sideshows is essential.

Here’s our round-up of five must see 2017 sideshows.

1. Stormzy

Stormzy is back on Australian shores and has announced four sideshows while down under. The South London MC burst onto the Grime and Hip Hop scene in 2013 and since won two MOBO awards. His debut album released earlier this year and was the first grime album to ever reach Number 1 in the UK charts.  With three dates selling out already, don’t miss out on the remaining tickets for the Perth show.

Thursday, 20 July
Metro City, Perth
Tickets

2. Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers was a breakout star of 2016 capturing Pharrell Williams’ attention and becoming a viral sensation online. Rogers’ music is a beautiful marriage of sparse synth-pop, beautiful harmonies and heartfelt lyrics. She’s only released one EP, yet boasts over 23 million Spotify streams. This is your chance to get in on the ground floor and follow her rise to fame.

Sunday, 23 July
Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Tickets

Tuesday, 25 July
Factory Theatre, Sydney
Tickets

3. Haim

Haim have announced only one sideshow so far and tickets are sure to be snapped up quick. The trio of LA sisters are this year set to release the follow-up to their hugely successful debut release Days Are Gone, and it can’t come soon enough for hungry fans.

Thursday, 20 July
Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Tickets

4. Lil Yachty

Lil Yachty has three sideshows planned for his Australian debut.  The quirky Atlanta rapper rose to fame in late 2015 and has since introduced the world to his self-named style of “bubblegum trap”.  Following his sold out North American tour, Lil Yachty is set to put on a show like no other.  Tickets are on sale now.

Thursday, 20 July
Big Top, Sydney
Tickets here

Saturday, 22 July
Prince Bandroom, Melbourne
Tickets here

Sunday, 23 July
Metro City, Perth
Tickets here

5. Bishop Briggs

Following two sets at Coachella this year and a stint supporting Coldplay, the London-born, LA-Based Bishop Briggs has a hectic tour schedule planned and will be putting on two Splendour sideshows. The singer, whose music is heavily influenced by soul and Motown, has over 40 million Spotify streams despite no album release in sight. General tickets are on sale now.

Thursday, 20 July
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Tickets here

Friday, 21 July
Howler, Melbourne
Tickets here

 



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