- Publish Date
- Friday, 30 September 2022, 8:00AM
ZM is stoked to Present Electric Avenue 2023!
Lorde and Flume headline 50 artists at Aotearoa's biggest music festival.
Fresh from headlining at the likes of Coachella and Glastonbury, music heavyweights Lorde and Flume will entertain an expected crowd of over 30,000 people on 25 February in Christchurch’s Hagley Park.
Close to 50 artists will be performing across five stages including a new 10,000 capacity indoor supertop arena, in what will be the eighth Electric Avenue music festival.
Also named in the announcement are popular kiwi acts L.A.B, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Supergroove and Teeks, as well as a number of other international artists including Peking Duk & Future Islands.
The spectacular Synthony show will be making its debut festival appearance, and a UK drum & bass headlining artist will also be announced in November.
Tickets on sale now www.electricavenuefestival.co.nz
SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY
HAGLEY PARK, CHRISTCHURCH
Fat Freddy's Drop
Future Islands, Lee Mvtthews, Montell2099, Summer Thieves, Supergroove, The Black Seeds, Client Liaison, Dillinja, Dual, Harper Finn, Muroki, Odd Mob, Pitch Black, Savage, Sycco, 1 Drop Nation, Ashy, Beacon Bloom, Big Sima & Boomtown, Dillastrate, Emma Dilemma, Keepsakes, Midi Committee, Prins, Pylonz, Volts
Crone, Eastern Run, EBB, Elphee, Kravis, Kubo & Lee, Michele Ducray, MJ, Percy The Kid & Only Clangs, Sam Bamberry, The Settlers & Wulfie.
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