Laneway Festival in Brisbane, 2023 | Credit: Marc Grimwade/WireImage

Laneway Festival Announces 2024 Set Times And Last-Minute Line-up Additions

Laneway Festival have released the playing times for its upcoming 2024 dates, as well as sharing some final changes and additions to the line-up in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

The bad news first: Filipino rapper/producer Eyedress has unfortunately had to withdraw from the festival due to what organisers are describing as “unforeseen issues.” In his stead, however, several new artists have joined the line-up in each city: FRIDAY*, RAAVE TAPES and Molly Millington for Sydney, Floodlights and Lotte Gallagher in Melbourne, and FELONY. in Brisbane.

These additions follow on from the previously-announced triple j Unearthed competition winners from earlier this month – which included Chloe Dadd (Sydney), Suzi (Melbourne), Platonic Sex (Brisbane), The Tullarmarines (Adelaide) and Otiuh (Perth). Furthermore, last week saw the Jameson House Of Rounds line-up announced for the Melbourne leg of the festival: The Buoys, These New South Whales, Dust, Civic and The Belair Lip Bombs, plus a DJ set from Fascinator (AKA Children Collide frontman Johnny Mackay).

The set times for each date of the festival in chronological order can be viewed below.

Laneway Festival 2024 Playing Times

Eyedress’ withdrawal from the festival is the second for the 2024 line-up, with Suki Waterhouse pulling out late last year. She was replaced on the line-up by American rapper Cordae.

The line-up was originally announced last September, with headliner Stormzy serving as a festival exclusive. Joining him on the line-up are ‘Bad Habit’ singer Steve Lacy, Euphoria star Dominic Fike, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Dope Lemon and AJ Tracey, amongst dozens of others.

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