It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of electronic, hip-hop, R&B, dance, future soul, pop-folk, or punk music, you’ll be having a heck of a time at this spectacular festival.

And yes, we’re talking about the St Jerome’s Laneway Fest, which will be making its return to Singapore next year. This time, its huge and unique lineup is guaranteed to blow you away!



For its 7th year, audience will be seeing Norwegian singer Aurora, New Jersey hip-hop producer Clams Casino, Indonesian experimental pop duo Bottlesmoker, Singapore’s own R&B darling Sam Rui, and more perform at the annual festival.

Here’s the full list of artistes:

  • AURORA (Norway)
  • Bob Moses (Canada)
  • Bottlesmoker (Indonesia)
  • Clams Casino (New Jersey)
  • Floating Points (England)
  • Gang of Youths (Australia)
  • Glass Animals (England)
  • Jagwar Ma (Australia)
  • Mick Jenkins (America)
  • Mr. Carmack (America)
  • NAO (England)
  • Nick Murphy (Chet Faker) (Australia)
  • Sampa The Great (South Africa)
  • Sam Rui (Singapore)
  • Stars and Rabbit (Indonesia)
  • The Julie Ruin (America)
  • Tourist (United Kingdom)
  • T‑Rex (Singapore)
  • Tycho (America)
  • White Lung (Canada)


Details for the festival is as follows:

  • Venue: The Meadow, Gardens By The Bay
  • Date: 21st January 2017
  • Time: Gate opens by 10am, festival ends at midnight
  • Ticketing Details: SG$185 per ticket
  • Early Bird Promotions (valid until 27th September):
    • Super Single Tickets – SG$165
    • The 3 Amigos (when you buy a minimum of 3 tickets) – SG$ 148 per ticket
    • The Fab 5 (when you buy a minimum of 5 tickets) – SG$ 140 per ticket
    • A Perfect 10 (when you buy a minimum of 10 tickets) – SG$ 129.50 per ticket

Tickets is available for purchase via Sistic or +65 63485555.

Apart from Singapore, the 2017 festival will also be performing at these following cities:

  • Thursday 26th January – BRISBANE – Brisbane Showgrounds, Bowen Hills (16+)
  • Saturday 28th February – MELBOURNE – Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC) and the River’s Edge
  • Monday 30th January – AUCKLAND – To be confirmed
  • Friday 3rd February – ADELAIDE – Harts Mill, Port Adelaide (16+)
  • Sunday 4th February – SYDNEY – Sydney College of the Arts (SCA), Rozelle
  • Sunday 5th February – FREMANTLE – Esplanade Reserve and West End

See you there!

For more info, visit their official website, Facebook page, or Instagram.

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