PRICIE, FELIVAND, Siobhan Cotchin
PRICIE, FELIVAND, Siobhan Cotchin. Credit: Emily Seif, James Caswell, Jarrad Levy

Laneway Festival Reveals triple j Unearthed Winners for 2023 Edition

Laneway Festival is on the horizon, with just over a month before the fest’s first events since 2020 get underway. Now, organisers have revealed the triple j Unearthed artists who’ll be opening proceedings at each of the five Australian legs of next year’s festival.

Indie-pop singer-songwriter FELIVAND will kick things off in Brisbane, with Abby Bella May performing at the Sydney leg. In Adelaide, post-punk sextet Coldwave will get the day started, while singer and producer PRICIE is on opening duties in Melbourne. Finally, Laneway Perth will be treated to Siobhan Cotchin.


Laneway Festival will kick off Saturday, 4th February 2023 before continuing along to Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth. Headlining next year’s lineup are Haim and Joji – both of whom are exclusive to the festival – along with Phoebe Bridgers. Other international acts on the bill include FINNEAS, Fontaines D.C., Fred Again.., Girl in Red, Slowthai, Turnstile, Yard Act, Ross From Friends and 100 Gecs.

Closer to home, there’s also the likes of Mallrat, The Jungle Giants, Adam Newling, Tasman Keith, The Lazy Eyes and Harvey Sutherland. Next year’s edition marks a return for Laneway Festival, after the pandemic meant both its 2021 and 2022 events were unable to go ahead. See the lineup for Laneway Festival 2023 along with dates and venues below. Tickets are on sale now.

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 CBB
  • Knucks
  • Mallrat
  • Ross From Friends
  • The Beths
  • Yard Act
  • Adam Newling
  • The Backseat Lovers
  • Harvey Sutherland
  • jamesjamesjames
  • Logic1000
  • Sycco
  • Tasman Keith
  • The Lazy Eyes
  • Abby Bella May (Sydney only)
  • Coldwave (Adelaide only)
  • FELIVAND (Brisbane only)
  • PRICIE (Melbourne only)
  • Siobhan Cotchin (Perth only)

Dates and Venues

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

Further Reading

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Siobhan Cotchin on Six Songs That Inspired Her Single ‘Growing Pains’

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