St Jeromes Laneway Festival
For lovers of music, this is the only event of the year that really matters.
On February 4, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival returns to Sydney’s College of the Arts in Rozelle with another stellar line-up of musicians to make your feet tap and hips shake.
More commonly known now as just ‘Laneway Festival’, the festival first started back in 2005 in Melbourne.
Soon, this series of weekly shows at a tiny bar has since bloomed into one of Australia’s most beloved festival institutions while retaining the ethos of a small-venue intimacy and indie scene.
Across a decade of expansion, and more than any other event, St Jerome’s has become an international signifier of essential music, the event continues to showcase its original set of values: championing community, fostering collaboration, encouraging self-expression, and finding ongoing excuses to have fun.
While maintaining a focus on Australia’s incredible music scene, there is still a good mix of international artists getting involved in 2018 too.
Joining the likes of Miss Blanks, Andy Garvey and Basenji are the brilliantly talented Marc Demarco, The Internet and one of the most critically acclaimed bands of 2017 – The War On Drugs.
Even if there is only one artist on the list, St Jerome’s is still one of the most chilled back, have-a-good-time festivals you will ever experience.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival will take place on February 4 at Sydney’s College of the Arts in Rozelle.
For more information, including the full line-up of artists and tickets, head to the official website.
You may also be interested in
The Biennale of Sydney
The country’s biggest, and sometimes most controversial, art exhibition the Biennale of Sydney is now on at Cockatoo Island, Carriageworks and various other venues around Sydney,...
Sydney Royal Easter Show
With Easter fast approaching, this can only mean one thing: The Royal Easter Show is returning in all its fairy flossed glory.
Running from March 23 until April 3 at Sydney...
Held in the Belvedere Amphitheatre in Centennial Park, the Moonlight Cinema is a chance to celebrate the last days of summer the best way possible – kicking back in a park, with a ...
Now showing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and several other venues throughout Sydney, Art Express is a chance to support the incredibly talented youth of Australia...
Sydney’s Mardi Gras
Prepare to be dazzled with the incredible Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, taking over the city on Saturday, March 3.
Glitter? Check. Feathers? Check. Every colour in the rainbow?...
The Book of Mormon
Irreverent, sacrilegious, hilarious, damned catchy – The Book of Mormon ticks all the boxes and is coming to The Lyric Theatre at The Star, kicking off its season on February 28...
The Lady and the Unicorn
For the third time in 500 years, the iconic Lady and the Unicorn tapestry series has left France, and has headed here to Sydney where it is showing at the Art Gallery of New South ...
Twilight at Taronga
Long, lazy, sun-drenched evenings are one of the best parts of late summer. And along with that is the chance to enjoy some incredible live music in a truly wonderful location:...
Tropfest is Australia’s most prestigious short film competition and it’s on again, the finals taking place on Saturday, February 17, among the lush greenery of Parramatta Park.
Taking place on Sunday, February 18, Fair Day is a chance to immerse yourself into a whole new kind of family and community – Sydney’s vibrant and colourful LGBTQI community.
Brick Bar comes to Sydney
Because no one ever really grows up, a pop-up bar made entirely out of LEGO blocks is about to become the biggest event in Sydney.
Coming to the city in autumn – specific...
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is about to begin, and Sydney is one of the best places to be in world to celebrate. Outside of Beijing, of course.
Starting on February 16 and running until...