Rolling Meadows 2023-2024 Brings in Netsky, The Veronicas, Swae Lee and More

Rolling Meadows, one of New Zealand’s biggest year-ending music festivals, takes over The Bone Line in Broomfield and presents one of its most sonically diverse artist cards yet! Surging with tides of drum & bass, hip-hop, rap, alternative-rock, indie, pop, jump-up, techno, and melodic electronic, the festival will be staged from December 30, 2023, to January 1, 2024. Tickets to Rolling Meadows 20232024 are powered by The Ticket Fairy.

The upcoming edition of Rolling Meadows will see four massive stages as well as its customary 40-foot skate ramp (assembled to handle any weather), coupled with a horde of artists etching to leave their mark on this hallowed arena. Headliners revealed earlier this year include Belgian electronic music producer Netsky, Australian pop duo The Veronicas, and American rapper Swae Lee! Church & AP, Delta Heavy, Dillinja, Paige Julia, Truth, State of Mind, Melodownz, Mollie Collins, Pola & Bryson, SKEPSIS, and Youngsta also feature on the star-studded roster. Check out the entire artist line-up on Rolling Meadows’ website.

To spotlight a few names on the line-up, DJ and producer Tem Bennett, under the alias EMERYX, slots in at Rolling Meadows as the winner of DJsoc’s wildcard mix competition, performing at mid-day on December 30 at the Canopy stage. Alternative/indie musician Amber Carly Williams ferries her band to Rolling Meadows on the back of releasing her debut EP ’21 Roses’ in November of this year. They perform from 3:15 PM onwards on the Meadows stage on December 30.

British DJ pair Switch Disco (Dan Creasy and Nikos Kalogerias) will be seen at the festival as part of their ongoing AUNZ tour, which also leans into the New Year. Drum & bass producer Aaron Smith aka Altitude marks his Rolling Meadows debut at this edition. SKEPSIS (Scott Jenkins) appearance at The Bone Line is part of a series of gigs down under and is also his first solo tour in two years.

Dunedin-based Keaun Owen, best known as YARN, gets another bite at playing at Rolling Meadows, performing at the Rogue Events stage takeover this time out. Speaking about the event, Owen told us,” I am excited to return to Rolling Meadows for my second year in a row. This festival is featuring some of the best NZ and global artists from around the world. I am excited to showcase my favorite music in drum & bass right now and also give the people of Rolling Meadows a sneak peek at some of my unreleased music. The best way to see out 2023.”

Benjamin Hazlewood, one-half of the DJ pair South Coast Systems, also chipped in to talk about their performance at Rolling Meadows, saying, “We are ecstatic to have the opportunity to head down to Christchurch to play on the 31st at the Fruitblendr stage takeover. You can expect a cruisy deep, melodic, Afro house set from SCS. We are super excited to experience rolling meadows as have never been before and have heard nothing but good things!” Hazlewood also mentions indie-rock band Pool House as one to watch for at Rolling Meadows, conveying, “We are amped to catch Pool House rip into a set as this group of lads are old-school friends from Wellington as well.”

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