The Jungle Giants
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Laneway Festival Adds The Jungle Giants to 2023 Lineup

The lineup for Laneway Festival‘s 2023 comeback has got bigger, with organisers announcing the addition of the Jungle Giants to next year’s bill. The Brisbane indie-pop group’s latest album, Love Signs, arrived in 2021, and they’ve been a fixture of the festival circuit in recent months, appearing at Splendour in the Grass, Listen Out and Party In The Apocalypse.

The Jungle Giants join international draws such as Haim, Joji, Phoebe Bridgers, Finneas and Fontaines D.C., plus homegrown acts Mallrat, Harvey SutherlandThe Lazy Eyes, Sycco and more. To coincide with the announcement, Laneway Festival will be having a chat with Jungle Giants’ front person Sam Hales on Instagram tonight (17th October) at 7PM AEDT.

The Jungle Giants to join Haim, Joji, Phoebe Bridgers and more at Laneway 2023

Next year’s edition of Laneway Festival will kick off in late January at Albert Park, Auckland, before heading over to Australia for dates in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. Other artists set to perform as part of the festival include Fred again.., Girl in Red, Slowthai, Turnstile, 100 Gecs, Ross From Friends, The Beths, Yard Act, Adam Newling and Tasman Keith.

Laneway Festival was cancelled in 2021 and 2022. In February, when confirming Laneway would not go ahead this year, organisers teased that next year’s editions was “feeling like one of those very special Laneway lineups.” See next year’s lineup and dates below – tickets are sold out for Auckland but still available for all other cities here.

Laneway Festival 2023 Lineup

  • Haim (Exclusive)
  • Joji (Exclusive)
  • Phoebe Bridgers
  • The Jungle Giants
  • Fontaines D.C.
  • Fred again..
  • Girl In Red
  • Slowthai
  • Turnstile
  • 100 Gecs
  • Chaos In The CBD
  • Knucks
  • Mallrat
  • Ross From Friends
  • The Beths
  • Yard Act
  • Adam Newling
  • The Backseat Lovers
  • Harvey Sutherland
  • jamesjamesjames
  • Logic1000
  • Sycco
  • Tasman Keith
  • The Lazy Eyes

Dates and Venues

  • Saturday, 4th February, 2023 – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane/Turrbal , QLD
  • Sunday, 5th February, 2023 – Sydney Showground, Sydney/Burramattagal & Wangal, NSW
  • Friday, 10th February, 2023 – Bonython Park, Adelaide/Kaurna, SA
  • Saturday, 11th February, 2023 – The Park, Flemington, Melbourne/Wurundjeri, VIC
  • Sunday, 12th February, 2023 – Wellington Square, Perth/Whadjuk, WA

Further Reading

The Jungle Giants on New Album ‘Love Signs’: ‘We’ve Levelled Up’

Music Feeds’ Top Ten Australian Albums of 2021

The Good, the Bad and the Muddy: Key Moments From Splendour in the Grass 2022

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