St. Jerome's Laneway Festival Is Heading To America

St. Jerome's Laneway Festival Is Heading To America

After becoming a highlight on the Australasian festival circuit, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is heading to North America this year.

The boutique indie-music festival began in a Melbourne street in 2004 and currently spans seven cities across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

With the host location and dates still yet to be announced, Laneway promoters Danny Rogers and Jerome Borazio are keeping tight lipped on the details.

“Bringing Laneway to America is something we knew we had to do and we couldn’t have chosen a more quintessentially American city to have it in,” says Rogers and Borazio. “Everyone will be just as excited as we are when they hear about the incredible line-up and unique location.”

The festival has developed a loyal following after showcasing a host of big name acts including Mumford & Sons, Florence and the Machine and Tame Impala.

With the push into America imminent, the successful Australian franchise is set to reach a whole new audience.

Festival details will be announced at the annual Laneway SXSW Showcase.

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