It’s the biggest night of the year in Australian music and the ARIA Awards 2023 are coming in hot!
This year, the event promises to be a night filled with unforgettable moments, showcasing the best homegrown music Australia has to offer with a dazzling line-up of performers coming together.
Here’s everything we know.
When are the ARIA Awards 2023?
Wednesday, November 15 2023
Where can you watch it?
- Live from 1.30pm AEDT: Red Carpet on @ARIA.official YouTube channel
- Live from 5.00pm AEDT: The 2023 ARIA Awards in full, only on Stan. The full show will also be available on demand on Stan following the official live stream.
- 7.30pm AEDT: A 2023 ARIA Awards special presentation on Channel 9 and streamed outside of Australia on YouTube.
Who’s nominated for the 2023 ARIA awards?
G Flip, Matt Corby and Genesis Owusu are a few of the musicians in the running for the Album of the Year while Budjerah, Kylie Minogue and Meg Mac are three of the ten names battling it out for the Best Solo Artist award.
You can find the full list of nominees here.
Who is hosting and who will be presenting at the ARIA Awards 2023?
The ARIA Awards 2023 will be hosted by Channel Nine personality Brooke Boney and comedian Tommy Little.
Throughout the evening, Troye Sivan, Dolly Parton (WUT?!), Baker Boy, Claudia Karvan, Dylan Alcott, Marica Hines, Cub Sport, Dermot Kennedy, Jack River, Jessica Mauboy, Joel Corry, Kate Ceberano, Pia Miranda, Thelma Plum, Poppy Reid, Smallzy, Hau Latukefu and Triple J’s Bryce & Concetta.
Hall of Fame
Performing a medley of their iconic songs to close out the event will be 2023’s ARIA’s Hall Of Fame inductees, Jet.
Marking the first time an artist has been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame since Archie Roach in 2020, the legendary Australian rock band is set to join the ranks on the 20th anniversary of their seminal album, Get Born.
Who is performing?
Over the years, the prestigious ceremony has seen some of the world’s leading acts perform, including Amy Shark, The Kid LAROI, Arctic Monkeys, Genesis Owusu, AC/DC, Billie Eilish, Cold Chisel, Coldplay, Crowded House, David Bowie, Flume, Fleetwood Mac, Foo Fighters, Thelma Plum, INXS, Midnight Oil, Silverchair, Troye Sivan, The Killers, DMA’s and The Veronicas.
This year, performing their hit songs from the past year before a live audience will be G Flip (six nominations), Budjerah (five nominations), DMA’S (five nominations), Brad Cox (three nominations), Peach PRC (three nominations), Jessica Mauboy (one nomination), Meg Mac (one nomination) and Fanny Lumsden (one nomination).
Celebrating 50 Years of Hip Hop in Australia
In 2023, the awards will also honour 50 Years of Hip Hop in Australia, bringing together some of the country’s most exciting talent and influential artists from across the community including Bliss n Eso, Barkaa, 1200 Techniques, DJ Krissy, Sound Unlimited Posse featuring Kye.
It will be produced in partnership with Acclaim Magazine, Australia’s longest-running media entity dedicated to local and global hip-hop music and culture, with this special feature presented by Google Pixel.