Drum roll please, legend, Dolly Parton and Sydneys beloved rockers DMA’s are set to take the stage at the ARIA’s.
The 37th annual ARIA Awards are to take place on Wednesday the 15th of November, bringing Australian music’s biggest names to the Hordern Pavilion for a second consecutive year.
With streaming service Stan as its official broadcaster, the 2023 ARIA Awards will be anchored by co-hosts Brooke Boney of Nine Network’s Today and comedian Tommy Little of Hit Network’s Carrie & Tommy.
The most nominated act at this year’s ARIA Awards is Genesis Owusu, whose sophomore LP Struggler has earned him seven nominations; G Flip, who will be performing at the ceremony, and Troye Sivan, who will be presenting, are up for six.
Aside from Sivan, several other nominees are to double as presenters over the evening, with Baker Boy, Cub Sport, Jessica Mauboy, and Kate Ceberano all set to hand out awards.
Living country legend Dolly Parton will also be gracing the stage next Wednesday, being one of the night’s few international presenters. English producer Joel Corry and Irish singer Dermot Kennedy will also be presenting awards, and are set to play a range of head-lined concerts and festivals while in Australia.
The ____ performance line-up includes a celebration of 50 years of hip-hop, featuring Bliss n Eso, Barkaa, 1200 Techniques, DJ Krissy, Sound Unlimited Posse, and more, in a tribute to the revolutionary genre’s most seminal moments.
Nominees G Flip, Budjerah, DMA’s, Brad Cox, Peach PRC, Jessica Mauboy, and Meg Mac are all set to perform.
Closing the night with a performance sure to level the pavilion, Victorian rock band Jet are set to be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame – the first inductees since Archie Roach in 2020.
This year marks two decades since the release of their ubiquitous debut single “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”.