The beloved six-city event is back for the first time since 2020.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is returning in 2023, following a three-year hiatus from the Australian festival circuit.
Having celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2020, the beloved event is back, hitting up five locations across the country.
Laneway set times – Melbourne
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The Melbourne leg of the festival is moving from its home in Footscray (due to redevelopment) to a new home at The Park, Flemington. Featuring state-of-the-art facilities and loads of green space and shade, the newly-minted site at Epsom Road, Flemington is conveniently located just 15 minutes from the CBD, with plenty of parking, and a train station onsite. Stay tuned for more exciting developments regarding this new site soon.
Danny Rogers, Laneway Festival co-founder, says: “The Laneway Festival team is constantly looking for ways to improve and enhance the patron and artist experience and each of the sites will allow us to bring in A+ production and facilities. We are absolutely pumped to host music fans and our favourite ever line-up on these new sites.”
Playing host to some of the finest acts in the music industry, the festival will feature exclusive performances from international favourites HAIM and Joji, alongside festival sets from Phoebe Bridgers, Finneas, Fontaines D.C., Fred Again.., Girl in Red, Slowthai, Turnstile, 100 Gecs, Chaos in the CBD, Knucks, Mallrat, and Ross From Friends.
Further adding to the absolute magnificence of this festival, The Beths, Yard Act, Adam Newling, The Backseat Lovers, Harvey Sutherland, Jacotene, JamesJamesJames, Logic1000, Sycco, Tasman Keith and The Lazy Eyes will also make an appearance.
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