Here's Where You Can See Acts From This Year's Hottest 100 Perform Live!
And just like that, another year roundup of triple J's Hottest 100 has come to an end! This year's countdown saw Doja Cat take the crown with her catchy anthem 'Paint the Town Red', followed closely by Australia's own powerhouse G Flip in the #2 spot with 'The Worst Person Alive'. G Flip managed to smash the record for the most entries in a single Hottest 100, with seven of their hits making the cut! The countdown also featured a stack load of Aussie and international artists including Dom Dolla, Troye Sivan, Billie Eilish, Fred again.. and more.
Want to catch some of the best acts in the Hottest 100 live? We've compiled a list of epic gigs and festivals where you can see the artists who made the iconic countdown in the flesh! Check out some of the superstars that are performing across Australia in the coming months below.
GROOVIN THE MOO
Thu 25 Apr - Sat 11 May 2024 l Various Venues, AU
Here's your chance to catch two of the acts that made it into the Hottest 100! Indie rock band The Rions took out 3 spots with 'Minivan' at #38, 'Scary Movies' at #40 and 'Take What You Want' at #71. You can also see Arnhem Land surf rockers King Stingray, who's hit "Lookin' Out" reached #53. Groovin the Moo will head to six regions across Australia this April/May. Mark your calendars, tickets to GTM go on sale Tuesday 6 February 2024.
Sat 18 May 2024 l Mindil Beach, NT
This year's BASSINTHEGRASS will also feature Hottest 100 alum King Stingray (#53) and indie rock darlings The Jungle Giants for their hit 'Trippin Up.' Bass lovers can also see Sydney trio Middle Kids who made a whopping THREE spots in the Hottest 200 with "Bootleg Firecracker" at #123, Highlands at #150 and 'Dramamine' at 166. Don't miss these favourites plus a mammoth list of local and international stars at Darwin's favourite beachside music festival.
MARDI GRAS FESTIVAL
Fri 16 Feb - Sun 3 Mar 2024 l Various Venues, NSW
Sydney singer-songwriter MAY-A emerged victorious in last year's Hottest 100, lending her vocals to Flume's hit single 'Say Nothing.' Now, one year later, she's placed at #94 for her solo track 'Sweat You Out My System.' MAY-A will be bringing her unmistakable vocals to Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival on Sat 17 Feb at the Ultra Violet party at The National Art School. Catch her and a plethora of artists at the two-week celebration.
Sat 17 Feb l VIC & NSW
MK & Dom Dolla's viral club anthem 'Rhyme Dust' came in at #4. You can catch American DJ and producer MK play the house banger live on Sat 17 Feb at Riviera Beach Club in Melbourne for a day-time party, before he lands at Above in ivy, Sydney later on in the night. Don't sleep on seeing the tune that's been dominating clubs world-wide live, grab your tickets below!
Fri 16 Feb - Fri 1 Mar l NSW, ACT, SA
Coming in at #76 was Sydney's indie-pop duo Royel Otis with their ridiculously catchy tune 'Sofa King'. The band are set to perform the track live on PRATTS & PRAIN Australian Tour, across metro and regional cities in Feb/Mar. Grab your tickets below!
Sat 16 Mar - Wed 22 May 2024 l TAS, VIC, QLD
As a bonus, Tasmanian alternative rock band Luca Brasi made it into the Hottest 200 with their Like A Version cover of Goo Goo Doll's 'Iris' at #131. The band are heading on The World Don't Owe You Anything Tour this year to celebrate the release of their sixth studio album. Check out where you can catch them and lock in your tickets below.