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Splendour In The Grass Guide: Info, iPhone Battery, Speakers & more.

Unless you’re living under a rock, you will know that Splendour on the Grass is on again this July in Byron Bay; the 2015 line-up was announced last week.

The purpose of this guide is to not so much give you all the information about the festival (although I’ll touch on it a little) but to give helpful tips on the best apps for the festival, how you can make your iPhone battery last, portable speakers, etc.

Festival Details

Splendour on the Grass will be occurring July 24th – 26th with tickets on sale from 9am sharp AEST on Thursday 23 April through or phone 1300 GET TIX (438 849); if you’re reading this after that date it’s likely already sold out.

The line-up is far too long to list you can find that at the Splendour website but here’s some major performing artists that will make your weekend great:


iPhone Battery

A dead iPhone battery shouldn’t ruin your weekend, but it’s never fun, so you’ll obviously want to use your iPhone for photos, Snap Chat, messaging and what-not while you’re at the festival. Here’s the bad news – power stations at the festival are extremely limited which makes charging iPhones an annoying task, and you’ll likely have to resort to paying to have your iPhone charged at designated charging stations.

Battery cases are a solution that will provide you with longer battery throughout the entire festival.


100%+ extra battery.

iBlazr iPhone flash

iBlazr iPhone Flash Light-2

Better night photography

iBlazr is the worlds first LED Flash for iPhone which dramatically improves your photos from your iPhone at night thanks to it’s bright x 4 LEDs.

Portable Speakers

UE Megaboom Portable Wireless Speaker

Keep in mind with this one – Splendour does state you cannot annoy the neighbours with loud noise, but for those who want to continue the fun portable speakers are a great way to keep the music going – with many wirelessly connecting to iPhones and iPads.

No noise permitted in the campground between midnight and 8am. This is a designated quiet period for the benefit of both local residents and campers.


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Sydney, Australia. Love travel, photography, architecture, technology, gaming, web design/design - 26.

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