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Laneway Festival Reveal Massive 2023 Lineup

21 September 2022 | 7:52 am | Parry Tritsiniotis

HAIM, Joji & Phoebe Bridgers lead the lineup.

(Image via Simone Fisher)

Laneway Festival has this morning announced its highly anticipated 2023 line up.

It is the first time the festival has returned since the great pause and features a gorgeous array of some of contemporary music's most in fashion acts.

The lineup is led by Joji, Fred Again..., Pheobe Bridgers, Finneas, The Beths, Yard Act Slowthai, Turnstile, 100 Gecs, Girl In Red, Chaos In The CBD, Knucks, Ross From Friends, HAIM & Logic 1000.

Locally it also features the incredible Adam Newling, The Backseat Lovers, Harvey Sutherland, Jacotene, jamesjamesjames, Logic1000, Sycco, Tasman Keith & The Lazy Eyes. 


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The festival kicks off in Auckland / Tamaki Makaurau on the 30th of January before heading to Brisbane / Turrbal on the 4th of February, Sydney / Burramattagal And Wangal on the 5th of February, Adelaide / Kaurna on the 10th of February, Melbourne / Wurundjeri on the 11th of February and Perth / Whadjuk on the 12th of February. 


The Melbourne leg of the festival is moving from its home in Footscray (due to redevelopment) to a new home at The Park, Flemington.

South Australians will be treated to a new site at Bonython Park. Residents will be familiar with the city park and its bountiful green spaces and access from the CBD - the perfect place to party with your favourite bands this summer.

The Sydney event will be held at the Sydney Showground for the first time. The all-weather venue will provide a comfortable experience for punters with its purpose-built facilities, dedicated public transport options, and the ability to accommodate next-level production for the show.

In a significant move, the Laneway Festival will take place in the Perth CBD in 2023 in the recently revamped Wellington Square. A veritable summer wonderland, the new location features endless greenery, plenty of trees for shelter and brand new facilities. The site is a virtual breeze to get to and incredibly accessible to residents of the capital and beyond.

You can grab all the festival info HERE