It feels as though only weeks have passed since we were last at Laneway Festival, dancing along to Haim and Fontaines D.C, singing all the lines as Phoebe Bridgers performed Motion Sickness. This morning festival organisers dropped the lineup for Laneway 2024, which means it's time to message the group chat and get planning.
Grime royalty, Stormzy, will be headlining Laneway 2024 alongside Euphoria's Dominic Fike and RAYE. Steve Lacy will perform exclusively in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth, which leaves the artist open (we hope) for a side show in Sydney and Auckland. Meanwhile, for Suki Waterhouse, Paris Texas, Faye Webster, Hemlocke Springs, Eyedress, and Blondshell, this will be their first Australian shows.
Other highlights on the Laneway Festival lineup include Unknown Mortal Orchestra, AJ Tracey, d4vd, Nia Archives and horsegiirL. As always, it's an impeccably curated mix of both international artists and homegrown talent.
Skin On Skin
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
DOMi & JD BECK
New Zealand exclusive
Taking place across two weeks, there'll be six stops to Laneway Festival in 2024. Beginning with Brisbane on February 3, Sydney on February 4, before flying to Auckland on February 6, then back to Adelaide on February 9, Melbourne on February 10, and wrapping the festival up in Perth on February 11.
@russhmagazine Some of the outfits we loved at @Laneway Festival Sydney 🎀 #laneway2023 #sydney #streetstyle ♬ original sound - Fontaines D.C.
The festival will return to Sydney Showground at Olympic Park, after the success of the location last year.
Wondering how to secure tickets? You can register for the Laneway ticket pre-sale to guarantee a spot at the festival. Pre-sale begins at 11am, Tuesday September 12. While general ticket release kicks off two days later at 11am, Thursday September 12. See you there!