Laneway 2017 sideshows revealed

October 26, 2016
Laneway 2017 sideshows revealed

This summers Laneway is drawing ever closer and they’ve just announced a bunch of official sideshows. So if your unlucky enough to not be able to make it to the festival and are still wanting to catch some of your favorite artists hopefully this wave of shows will have you sorted.

Leading the announcements are Norwegian singing talent Aurora and British Indie pop outfit Glass Animals who will be in the country touring the recently released How To Be A Human Being. Also announced are Car Seat HeadrestJagwar Ma, Tycho and Whitney, you can catch all these side shows through January and Febuary.

Keep in mind not all of the Laneway lineup will be having side shows, some of the artist such as Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) and Tame Impala wont be playing anywhere other than the mainline Laneway festivals.

Below we’ve got the full details for the announced side shows, but be sure to head over to the Laneway Website for any additional info on the festival.

Aurora
Wednesday 25 January- Metro Theatre, Sydney
Tuesday 31 January – Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne (all ages)

Glass Animals
Wednesday 25 January – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Wednesday 1 February – Town Hall, Melbourne

Car Seat Headrest
Wednesday 25 January – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
with Jarrow
Friday 27 January – The Curtin, Melbourne
with  Terrible Truths

Jagwar Ma
Thursday 19 January – Metro Theatre, Sydney (all ages)
Sunday 29 January – 170 Russell, Melbourne (18+)

Mick Jenkins
Friday 27 January – The Toff In Town, Melbourne
Thursday 2 February – The Basement, Sydney

NAO
Wednesday 25 January – Howler, Melbourne
Wednesday 1 February – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Tourist
Wednesday 25 January – Factory Theatre, Sydney
Friday 27 January – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Tycho
Wednesday 25 January – 170 Russell, Melbourne
Thursday 2 February – Metro Theatre, Sydney

Whitney
Friday 27 January – Howler, Melbourne
with  Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Thursday 2 February – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
with  Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever