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Here's 5 artists you need to see live at Laneway Festival 2023.

Here's 5 artists you need to see live at Laneway Festival 2023.

Laneway Festival 2023 has made the big move from Albert Park to Western Springs, and we couldn't be more excited to have more of you able to experience these artists live. 

Tickets are on sale now - grab yours here

Before you start planning who you'll see at the festival, we made a list of five artists that we think you need to see when attending Laneway Festival next year...

#1. Haim - marking only their second time in New Zealand ever (!!), we can't wait to see the trio in-person again. Their latest record 'Women In Music Pt. III' is one that demands to be heard live in the biggest crowd possible. 

#2. Phoebe Bridgers - with two records now under her belt, we can't think of a more perfect time to see Bridgers live. Whether your favourite track from her catalogue is the heart-wrenching 'Moon Song' or the seething 'Motion Sickness', there is something for everyone during a Phoebe Bridgers set.

#3. Girl In Red - this will also be her New Zealand debut and we can't think of a better way to listen to Girl In Red than at a festival. Like many people who became fans during the pandemic, this will be the first chance you've had to see her perform songs like 'We Fell In Love In October' and 'Girls'.

#4. Finneas - while this isn't the first time Finneas has visited our shores (his most recent visit was in September of this year), this will be the first time he will be performing his solo music in New Zealand outside of shows with his sister.

#5. Turnstile - forming over 10 years ago, the hardcore punk band will make their return to New Zealand with their new record 'Glow On', being one we are excited to hear at Laneway!

Laneway Festival 2023 is on sale now - with a venue upgrade to Western Springs. Secure your tickets here

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