Stormzy, Dominic Fike & more headline 2024 Laneway Festival line-up

The St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back in a BIG way, announcing a stellar line-up featuring some big names.

Pictured: Stormzy

The St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is back in a BIG way this weekend with a stellar line-up featuring some big names!

Leading the charge is British rap maestro, Stormzy, marking his grand return to the Australian stage after a seven-year hiatus. Known for his magnetic stage presence, this Laneway exclusive offers fans a golden chance to witness his live prowess.

Alongside him, Steve Lacy, a sensation who rose to stardom with hits like ‘Bad Habit’, is set to grace the festival stages in various cities, promising performances that resonate with both energy and passion. There will also be Dominic Fike who is an American singer-songwriter. Fike first received recognition after releasing several popular songs to the website SoundCloud. Following the release of his debut extended play, Don’t Forget About Me, Demos, he signed to Columbia Records.

Adding depth to the lineup is RAYE, bringing her poignant narratives to the Laneway stages, and the ever-enchanting Unknown Mortal Orchestra, ready to mesmerize audiences with their latest album, “V”. For those seeking a vibrant dance experience, Nia Archives stands as a must-see, blending diverse musical genres into a futuristic soundscape.

The festival also welcomes first-timers like the soulful Faye Webster and the dynamic duo DOMi & JD Beck, alongside other promising artists ready to leave their mark on the Australian music scene. From the gritty rhymes of AJ Tracey to the melodious tunes of Angie McMahon, the festival promises a rich musical journey.

As we inch closer to the festival’s kickoff, the anticipation builds, with more acts expected to join this stellar lineup. So, mark your calendars and gear up for a musical fiesta that promises unforgettable moments and groundbreaking performances.

The full lineup:

  • Stormzy 
  • Steve Lacy 
  • Dominic Fike
  • RAYE 
  • AJ Tracey
  • Angie McMahon
  • Confidence Man 
  • d4vd
  • Dope Lemon
  • Eyedress 
  • Faye Webster 
  • horsegiirL
  • Nia Archives
  • Paris Texas
  • Skin On Skin
  • Suki Waterhouse
  • Teenage Dads
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra|
  • Blondshell
  • DOMi & JD Beck 
  • Hemlocke Springs 
  • JK-47
  • Miss Kaninna
  • Pretty Girl
  • Vacations

Saturday 3 February – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane

Sunday 4 February – Sydney Showground, Sydney

Friday 9 February – Bonython Park, Adelaide

Saturday 10 February – The Park, Flemington, Melbourne

Sunday 11 February – Wellington Square, Perth

For tickets, click here.

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