2024 Melbourne F1 Concert Lineup, Tickets, Stages – Aus GP

Alex Gassman

by Alex Gassman

2024 Melbourne F1 concert lineup

The musical artists performing across the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend have been confirmed.

This page contains all the information you need to know about the Melbourne F1 concert lineup, timetable, the stages and how to get access.

2024 Melbourne F1 concert lineup

The headlines acts playing during the Australian Grand Prix weekend in Melbourne have been announced as follows:

  • Jake Webb
  • Northeast House Party
  • Amy Shark
  • Yo! Mafia
  • Vanessa Amarosi
  • Jet
  • Emma Peters
  • The Presets
  • Empire of the Sun

Below is the full schedule and lineup for the artists performing over the Aus Grand Prix weekend:

Australian F1 Grand Prix Concert Lineup & Timetable 2024
Date Artist Set Time Stage
Friday 22 March 2024 Jake Webb 5:00pm - 6:00pm Crown Main Stage
Northeast Party House 6:00pm - 7:00pm Crown Main Stage
Amy Shark 7:30pm - 8:30pm Crown Main Stage
Saturday 23 March 2024 Yo! Mafia 5:00pm - 6:00pm Crown Main Stage
Vanessa Amorosi 6:00pm - 7:00pm Crown Main Stage
Jet 7:30pm - 8:30pm Crown Main Stage
Sunday 24 March 2024 Emma Peters 4:45pm - 5:30pm Crown Main Stage
The Presets 5:30pm - 6:30pm Crown Main Stage
Empire of the Sun 7:00pm - 8:00pm Crown Main Stage

Australian Grand Prix music stage

All of the headline artists listed above will be performing on the Crown main stage, which is located in the main F1 Fanzone on the inside of the circuit.

Crown Main stage at the Australian F1 Grand Prix concerts in Melbourne

As the map above shows, the Crown main stage is located just behind the Brabham grandstand and is near the main Formula 1 paddock.

If you’re spectating at one of the grandstands north of the lake, you can use the floating bridge to quickly cross to the southern side and easily access the main stage.

Set timings

The 2024 Melbourne Grand Prix weekend takes place from Thursday 21st March to Sunday 24th March in Melbourne, on the Albert Park circuit layout.

See the full Australian GP schedule for details and timings of all F1 sessions across the weekend (there’s no F1 on-track action on the Thursday).

The set timings for each artist listed in the table above may change depending on how the on-track sessions go. Any large delays to the motorsport timetable will have a knock-on effect on the start time of the music concerts.

The most likely to be affected is Emma Peters; her set is due to start only 1 hours 45 minutes after the F1 race begins, so any big delays will likely push her set back.

Concert tickets

To access the concerts, you need to have a valid Formula 1 ticket for the day of the concert you want to attend. That can be a grandstand ticket, a General Admission ticket or a VIP / hospitality ticket; all will get you access.

You cannot purchase concert-only tickets. You need an F1 ticket.

Gates & access

Gates 1 and 8 at the Albert Park circuit will remain open until 30 minutes after end of the concert on each day. These are known as the After Dark gates.

All the other gates will close 90 minutes prior to that, so if you stay until the end of the music then you will need to use exits 1 or 8 to leave the venue. But if you want to leave straight after the F1 has finished and aren’t fussed by the music, then you can use any exit.

Albert park gates and entrances map for the F1

2023 Artists

Some of the artists that performed at the 2023 Australian Grand Prix were:

  • Birds of Tokyo
  • Jungle Giants
  • Hayden James
  • King Stingray
  • Sneaky Sound System
  • Crooked Colours
  • San Cisco
  • Alice Ivy

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Alex Gassman

I‘m Alex. I write F1 and motorsport travel guides based on my experience as racing driver and full-time motorsport nerd. I’ve traveled the world watching F1 and other racing series.

I started oversteer48 with the aim of helping other motorsport fans who are planning on watching some racing themselves.

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