Another summer means another festival season, and once again St Jerome’s Laneway Festival delivered an experience unlike its competitors.
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has always set itself apart from the pack.
Just over smack bang in the middle of their annual tour, ST JEROME’S LANEWAY FESTIVAL brought the goods of all sounds and genres to Sydney over the weekend.
With Laneway Festival getting bigger and bigger each year, the tastemaker festival continues to think outside of the box and book acts no one else in the country is touching right now.
How’s that St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival lineup for 2019 lookin’ hey.
As St Jerome’s Laneway Festival wraps up one of its biggest and best years yet, we’re looking back on some of the things we learnt while attending this year’s event.
There are some artists who just do not fit within a genre.
A festival that continues to push the envelope and remain one of Australia’s most prestigious touring events is the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival.
Here at Purple Sneakers we believe that anyone can be a photographer, no offence to actual photographers, but you guys cost money and we’re always looking to build the repertoire of our own team.
Last week we learnt some stuff at the wonderful Sydney leg of LANEWAY FESTIVAL 2016, this time around I’m in charge.
On Sunday, 7th February, Sydney College of the Arts was once again transformed into a crash pad for a stack of bands and a couple thousand people, for Laneway Festival had passed through for its 2016 edition.
Our good pals over at SIBERIA RECORDS have a history of throwing hectic parties in ridiculous places.