After experiencing a ripper inaugural event last year, Good Things Festival have doubled down and released one of the best lineups the heavy community has seen in 2019, featuring a hot mix of local legends, international heavyweights and a few pop throwbacks just for good measure.
This year's festival is set to be headlined by US alternative giants A Day To Remember, who recently announced their seventh album You're Welcome will arrive late this year, as well as local metalcore sensations Parkway Drive for their first Australian shows for the year. They'll also be joined by grunge-punk favourites Violent Soho for their only Australian shows of 2019, as well as pop-punk stalwarts Simple Plan, which will be perfect for punters chasing a slice of nostalgia.
Good Things also sees the likes of Trivium, Bad Religion and Coheed and Cambria sitting pretty atop of the international roster, while Skeggs, Enter Shakari, Karnivool and, um, The Veronicas are set to inject a dosage of local flavour into the touring festival. Elsewhere, internet pop bizarro Poppy is locked in to appear at all dates, as well as Thy Art Is Murder, Dance Gavin Dance, Falling In Reverse and many, many more. It definitely looks like it'll be an absolute bumper few days, and we simply cannot wait.
Check out the lineup and location details in full below. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday September 5 at 10am, or you can sign up for presale here.
Good Things Festival - 2019 Lineup
Parkway Drive | A Day To Remember
Violent Soho | Simple Plan
Bad Religion | Trivium
Skegss | Simple Creatures | Karnivool
The Veronicas | Coheed And Cambria
Falling In Reverse | Enter Shikari
Dance Gavin Dance | Reel Big Fish | Poppy
Thy Art Is Murder | Ice Nine Kills | The Damned Things
Slowly Slowly | Man With A Mission | The Bennies | Voyager
Yours Truly | Windwaker | The Beautiful Monument | Gravemind
DATES AND VENUES:
Friday December 6 - Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne
Saturday December 7 - Centennial Park, Sydney
Sunday December 8 - Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane
Head to Good Things Festival for tickets and further details.