Laneway announce 2024 festival set times

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Laneway announce 2024 festival set times

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Here's when and where to catch international acts like Stormzy, horsegiirL, Steve Lacy, Faye Webster, Cordae and more.

Punters gearing up for a big day out at Laneway can now start drafting up the game plan because the 2024 Laneway set times are here.

The festival has also added a few local favourites to the lineup, with Filipino singer-songwriter and rapper Eyedress dropping off the lineup due to “unforeseen issues”.

Laneway 2024 Dates

  • Feb 3 – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane
  • Feb 4 – Sydney Showground, Sydney
  • Feb 6 – Western Springs, Auckland
  • Feb 9 – Bonython Park, Adelaide
  • Feb 10 – The Park, Flemington Melbourne
  • Feb 11 – Wellington Square, Perth

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In Melbourne, Floodlights and Lotte Gallagher will join the bill. Brisbane has added FELONY, and Sydney has added Friday, RAAVE Tapes and Molly Millington.

The Melbourne event, hosted at The Park in Flemington on February 10, will see ats perform across five stages: the Good Better Best stage, the Never Let It Rest stage, the Dean Turner Stage (dedicated to the late Melbourne music legend), the Everything Ecstatic stage and the St Jerome’s stage located within at the St Jerome’s Bar.

Laneway lineup  2024

The ever-popular Laneway festival, which last year hosted Phoebe Bridgers, Turnstile, Joji, Fred Again and Haim, has another stellar lineup for the upcoming dates, scheduled to take place this February.

UK grime rapper Stormzy, lo-fi R&B star Steve Lacy and Euphoria actor and singer-songwriter Dominic Fike lead the charge.

Elsewhere on the program, indie artist Faye Webster, East Coast hip hop star Cordae (replacing the previously-announced Suki Waterhouse), rising pop star Hemlocke Springs and rap duo Paris Texas will make their first-ever Australian performances, alongside local favourites including Confidence Man, Angie McMahon, Dope Lemon and Teenage Dads.

From the viral equine party starter horsegiirL to the New Zealand psych-rock group Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the lineup is a mixed bag of up-and-comers and tried-and-true classics.

Starting in Brisbane on February 3, the festival will hit five cities in Australia as well as a one-off stop in New Zealand. Both Stormzy and Dominic Fike will be touring exclusively with Laneway, while Steve Lacy will be exclusive to all cities except Sydney.

The 16+ event is known for bringing some of the world’s most exciting acts to Australia. With multiple stages, food trucks, chill-out spots and displays of public art, it’s become a beloved part of the festival season for good reason. Ticket presale registration is open now.

Find out more and pick up tickets here