triple j's hottest 100

Fire up the BBQ! Here’s everything you need to know about triple j’s Hottest 100

It's not just a poll, it’s an institution.

Voting is officially closed for triple j’s Hottest 100, which can only mean one thing — grab your pals, fire up the BBQ and spend all day around your portable speaker.

Since its inception in 1989, the countdown has been an annual staple in Aussie culture and has seen the likes of The Wiggles, Billie Eilish, Glass Animals, Kendrick Lamar and Flume take out the number one spot.

Determining Australia’s favourite songs from the past year, the event takes place during the last week of January, and it’s truly a YUGE celebration of music.

So, when, where and how can you listen to the Hottest 100 in 2023?

Here’s everything you need to know.

When will the Hottest 100 be broadcast in 2023?

The main event kicks off at 12pm AEDT on Saturday, January 28; however, the ABC is giving you bang for your buck in 2023, fleshing out the Hottest 100 celebrations.

From 10am AEDT on Friday, January 27, triple j will broadcast the Hottest 200 — a countdown of the tunes that just missed a top spot.

Then on Sunday, January 29, Double J will be throwing it back to the Hottest 100 of 2002 — i.e. a decade ago.

The following Friday (February 3), the OG music hits TV show, rage, will play the Hottest 100 of 2022 in music video form!

According to Sportsbet, the bookie’s favourite to win is Flume’s Say Nothing (ft MAY-A); however, Hottest 100 predictor 100 Warm Tunas has pegged rockers Gang of Youths to take out the top spot for in the wake of your leave.

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