Riot !n Magenta kicked off the main stage activities and immediately got temperatures rising!
Philippine indie Cheats filled up the stage with nine members and got the crowd bopping to their energetic tunes.
Alt-rockers Violent Soho actually managed to get a bit of a mosh on during their crunching set!
Thundercat ensured that wild virtuosity was not missing from the festival, with his spot-on manic jazz fusion explorations.
The Internet‘s electro-funk-soul helped us all to chill out from the heatwave.
Cashew Chemists brought the rock ‘n’ roll to Laneway – a much needed deviation from the norm, in the circumstances.
First real crowd pleasers of the day (night?) – The 1975 with Matt Healey comfortably in his element.
Despite a self-confessed ‘not so exciting set list’ , the crowd were still very much into Beach House.
Grimes brought her A-game with a very entertaining performance, complete with dancers.
CHVRCHES – the big one as far as the audience was concerned. Third time round in Singapore, Lauren Mayberry is now a pro up at the front.
A visual spectacle that mapped Flume‘s electronic closer. A good way to end.
All photographs by Jazreel-Anne. Additional reporting by Anne Rama.
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