Laneway Festival has dropped its biggest ever line-up for 2023, with HAIM, Joji and Phoebe Bridgers leading the pack.
The iconic St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival is making its long-awaited comeback in 2023. Having announced nationwide dates and venues earlier this week, festival organisers have finally released their “best ever line-up” for the event today.
Laneway Festival 2023 will be led by HAIM, Joji and Phoebe Bridgers. The line-up boasts a grand total of 25 acts, separated into four tiers. In tier two, we’re treated to the likes of Finneas and Fontaines D.C., and over in tier four, we’ve got names like Adam Newling and Harvey Sutherland featured.
After kickstarting in Auckland in late January, the festival will make its way to Aussie shores, with the first stop being Brisbane Showgrounds on Feb 4, and Sydney Showgrounds the following day. Next stop from there will be Adelaide’s Bonython Park on Feb 10, followed by Melbourne’s The Park, Flemington on Feb 11. Wrapping up in Perth, the final festival day will take place at Wellington Square on Feb 12.
After a two-year hiatus, we’re absolutely stoked for the return of Laneway Festival, and clearly, so are headliners, HAIM. Check out their epic announcement video below.
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Registration for pre-sale tickets is open now, with official pre-sales beginning on Tuesday, September 27 at 11am AEST. Sign up here. See the full line-up below.
Here it is… 🥁 your #Laneway2023 line-up feat @haimtheband @sushitrash @phoebe_bridgers @finneas @fontainesdublin @_girlinred_ @slowthai @TURNSTILEHC @100gecs @Knucks @lilmallrat + more 🎉
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— Laneway Festival (@lanewayfest) September 20, 2022