Phoebe Bridgers, Fred Again.., Slowthai + More To Play Laneway Festival 2023
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Words by Amar Gera September 21, 2022

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The festival will be celebrating its 18th birthday next year…

It’s been over three years since the last Laneway took place, the early February bash one of the last major events to sneak in before COVID entered Australia in 2020. It’s safe to say we’ve been longing for the return of the beloved summer bash, and today, our prayers have been answered, with the full lineup released for Laneway Festival 2023.

Set to take place over the first week of February, the festivities will be headlined by the likes of HAIM, Joji, Slowthai, Phoebe Bridgers and numerous more artists ranging from pop to indie, R&B and more. On the dance front, the lineup is bustling with plenty of talent, with Boiler Room sensation Fred Again.. leading the charge with Chaos In The CBD and Ross From Friends. Homegrown producers JamesJamesJames and Logic1000 will be joining them, along with a slew of other Aussie acts. It’s a lineup that deserves to be seen all across the country. Luckily, the festival will be stopping in at Brissy, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth, in what’ll be a colossal comeback for the Aussie staple.

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No doubt the return of Laneway festival will be well worth the wait, and will help close the chapter on COVID’s effect on live on Aussie live music. Pre-sale starts Tuesday 27 September, 11am (local time), with general sale available from Thursday 29 September, 9am (local time). For now, check out the full lineup for Laneway 2023 below.

 

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