Laneway Festival Detroit to bring the Nation, Frightened Rabbit and more to Michigan
Australia’s Laneway Festival is bringing their show to the U.S. Organizers behind the annual Australian festival have announced that they’re branching out and will be putting on a special American version of the Laneway Festival in Rochester Hills, Mich., just outside of Detroit on Sept. 14.
The Rochester Hills show — dubbed simply Laneway Festival Detroit — will feature the National as the headlining band, along with performances from Frightened Rabbit, Sigur Ros, Deerhunter, Flume, My Brightest Diamond, Washed Out, Savages, Phosphorescent and more.
Laneway Festival Detroit pre-sale tickets will run $79.50 and will go on sale beginning this Saturday (May 18). For more information and the view the full lineup, head to the festival’s official website.
In other National news, the indie rockers have a packed tour schedule over the next few months, including dates with Frightened Rabbit, Local Natives, Dirty Projectors, Daughter and more. The band is also slated to play Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago on Aug. 3.
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