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Aussies Announced On A Stacked Lollapalooza

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2023 is already a massive year for Australian artists heading to international music festivals, and Chicago’s Lollapalooza continues the trend with a stacked line-up set to take over Grant Park this 3-6 August. 

This year’s headliners include Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Odesza, Lana Del Rey, Karol G – the first Latin artist to top Lollapalooza – The 1975, and Tomorrow X Together

It’s the rest of the line-up that excites more, though, with Spacey Jane, Timmy Trumpet, Dom Dolla, and Dope Lemon featuring at the festival alongside Carly Rae Jepsen, Fred Again.., Rina Sawayama, Pusha T, 30 Seconds To Mars, and many more.

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A few months ago, Coachella dropped its 2023 line-up, with just four Australian acts making the cut, including megastar The Kid LAROI, jazz/funk legends Hiatus Kaiyote, and iconic hit-maker Fisher – who will be joined by his British counterpart Chris Lake for his set. Alison Wonderland‘s side project Whyte Fang will also feature on the Friday lineup. 

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Elsewhere, Dom Dolla and Timmy Trumpet were added to the Miami Ultra Festival line-up a few months ago. 

Australia’s Dom Dolla and Timmy Trumpet will rub shoulders with David Guetta, Afrojack, Grimes, M.I.A., Zedd, Tiesto, and many more exciting electronic music artists in March 2023 at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival. Dolla will play back-to-back with Brazilian DJ Vintage Culture in a “wild one”.

Dolla currently features on over 6,000 Spotify playlists that reach more than 67 million subscribers. On his own, he has 4.15 million monthly listeners on the platform, with his most-streamed track, Miracle Maker featuring Clementine Douglas, reaching 38.7 million listeners.

Timmy Trumpet is getting a playlist reach of an eye-watering 118 million listeners, with his top seven tracks earning over 10 million streams and his highest-streamed song, Call Me, with Gabry Ponte and R3HAB currently hitting 27.6 million people.

Aussies are also at South By Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival this week, with the second round of artist announcements featuring tons of artists from around the globe announced in December. 

Representing Australia are INXS keyboardist and composer Andrew Farriss, Jaguar Jonze, Annie Hamilton, Melbourne rockers Civic, newcomer Cody Jon, Floodlights, Sydney-based reggae artist Gold Fang, Huntly, King Stingray, two-piece noise band Party Dozen, Salarymen, Mornington Peninsula singer Tulliah, Tushar, Woodes and more.

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