Good Things Festival 2018: The Lineup Reveal

With billboards posted in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane about ‘Good Things Coming Soon’, we gradually got to understand that Good Things was a music festival and that we should probably get excited about it! There’s been a distinct lack of festivals for music on the heavier end of alternative, so hopes (and hype) have been high for Good Things.

Already having revealed Make Them SufferBoston Manor, WAAX, Northlane, and Palaye Royale, today the full Good Things line-up lands!

And what do you know, it has the legendary punks The Offspring headlining, and performing their 1994 Smash in full, featuring classics like “Bad Habit”, “Gotta Get Away”, “Come Out And Play” and “Self-Esteem”. Oh HELL yeah.

Good Things will also bring Stone Sour, All Time Low, and Dropkick Murphys to our shores! Let alone La Dispute, Babymetal, and a whole host of jawdropping acts that are set to see this event sell out FAST.

But enough from me. Behold the lineup in its full splendour!

GOOD THINGS FESTIVAL LINE UP:

The Offspring (Performing ‘Smash’ In Full)
Stone Sour
All Time Low | Dropkick Murphys
Bullet For My Valentine | The Used
BABYMETAL | The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional
(Performing songs from ‘The Places You
Have Come To Fear The Most’ + Fan Favourites)
Mayday Parade | La Dispute
Northlane | The Wonder Years
Waterparks | Tonight Alive | Scarlxrd | Emmure
Palaye Royale | Make Them Suffer | Waax
Boston Manor | Void Of Vision | Ecca Vandal

DATES AND VENUES:

Friday 7 December – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne
Saturday 8 December – Parramatta Park, Sydney
Sunday 9 December – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane

General Public tickets on sale Thursday 30 August, 9am through www.oztix.com.au

 

Kel Burch

Creator and caretaker of Depth Mag, Kel uses her superpowers of empathy, word-weaving, and feeling everything deeply, to immerse herself in music before returning to reality to write about her experience with it.

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