Has it been a year already?

That must mean Splendour in the Grass is back! And for the fourth year running, Virgin Mobile is partnering up with Australia's best music fest to bring our music-loving customers nothing but the most amazing festival experience possible this side of Woodstock. Actually, they didn't even have Posh Pits at Woodstock.

Settling in to their new home in the bucolic fields and lily-ponds of North Byron Parklands, this year's Splendour promises to be another cracker, with appearances by Mumford & Sons, The National, Frank Ocean, James Blake, Empire of the Sun and a host of others. Maybe that's why tickets sold out in less than an hour.

Rock star treatment

Got a ticket to Splendour in the Grass? Lucky you! All of your favourite Virgin Mobile festival treats will be back in force, and we'll be even adding a few new delights for you and your plus one this year.

  • The Posh Pits - Fresh fancy loos
  • Posh Pit Lounge - Sit back and relax
  • Fast Lane - Express bar queues
  • Power Point - Phone recharge stations
  • Good Turn Wheel - Daily prizes and treats

Registering is easy. SMS "splendour" to 226 now and follow the instructions.

Best of the Fest

Get ready to rock along to our YouTube broadcast of live performances on Sunday 28th July, where we'll be bringing choice cuts of musical goodness direct from Byron to your nearest screen, big or small.

We'll be delivering music to the masses, sharing performances from Mumford & Sons, Empire of the Sun, TV on The Radio and Birds of Tokyo. But that's not all; we'll also be bringing you Boy & Bar, Deap Valley, Something for Kate, Dune Rats, Jake Bugg and the sweet sounds of Haim. And just between us festival heads, we're pretty excited.

Like the sound of it? Register for a shout out to remind you when the Virgin Mobile stream is about to start, or head to youtube.com/VirginMobileAus on July 28th.

Check out a taste of Virgin Mobile's Best of the Fest.

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