The lineup for Listen In, hosted in Adelaide and Auckland, has also been announced.
The travelling hip hop and electronic festival has just announced its 2023 lineup and it’s a big one.
Listen Out has dates booked in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney this September, and its little sibling, Listen In, will be taking place in Adelaide and Auckland (with a slightly reduced lineup).
Listen Out 2023
- Coi Leray
- Four Tet
- Ice Spice
- Kenny Beats
- Lil Uzi Vert
- Marc Rebillet
- Metro Boomin
- Wongo B2B Little Fritter
- Young Franco
- Yunè Pinku
- Kobie Dee
- VV Pete
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It’s the festival’s 10th birthday and to honour a decade of party rockin, they’ve brought together a stellar cast of top international talent and local favourites.
Leading the charge this year will be the rising hip hop superstar Ice Spice, electronic producer (and dubstep genre-definer) Skrillex, and rapper Lil Uzi Vert. All three headliners will also be playing at Listen In.
At Listen Out, they’ll be joined by alt-rap favourite JPEGMAFIA, English electronic musician Four Tet, trap producer and DJ Metro Boomin and prolific songwriter and producer Kenny Beats.
Alongside the international imports will be Brisbane singer, rapper and musician Mallrat, Sydney-based hyperpop producer Donatachi, Brisbane producer and DJ Young Franco and a host of others. The event will be hosted by Ebony Boadu.
Listen In has a more condensed version of the lineup. The three headliners will be supported by Arrdee, Friction, Marc Rebillet, Piri, and yet-to-be-announced triple j Unearthed artists.
Tickets to all Listen Out and Listen In dates are set to go on sale on Thursday May 18.
- Sept 22 – Ellis Park, Adelaide (Listen In)
- Sept 23 – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane
- Sept 24 – HBF ARENA, Perth
- Sept 29 – Caribbean Gardens, Melbourne
- Sept 30 – Centennial Park, Sydney
To grab your tickets, head here.