Written by Emmy Mack on August 23, 2018
The full lineup for Australia’s mysterious new punk, rock and metal festival Good Things is finally here, and HOLY F*CK! True to its name, it’s full of good things, and not to mention extremely internationals-heavy.
Prepare your undies, because here’s who’ll be performing in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne later this year…
The Offspring are headlining proceedings, in their first Australian shows since the short-lived Aussie Warped Tour back in 2013, and they’ll be playing their iconic 1994 album Smash in full in honour of its 25th birthday.
Corey Taylor’s Stone Sour are also making the trip down under for the east coast all-ages festival, alongside — at long last — Japanese metal juggernauts BABYMETAL, who’ll be making their first trip to Australia.
Still on the internationals front, there’s also All Time Low, Dropkick Murphys, Bullet For My Valentine, The Used (well, they’re technically part-Aussie now since frontman Bert McCracken became a citizen), Dashboard Confessional (performing songs from The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most), Mayday Parade, La Dispute, Waterparks, The Wonder Years, Emmure and more.
Interestingly, British heavy rapper Scarlxrd will also be making his maiden voyage down under for the festival.
While locally, there’s the likes of The Smith Street Band and Tonight Alive, as well as previously announced acts Northlane, Make Them Suffer and WAAX.
Yep, we daresay this should make Soundwave fans prettyyyyyyy darn happy.
Good Things Festival will make its debut in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this December. Catch the full lineup and ticketing details below.
Good Things Festival 2018 Lineup
The Offspring (Performing Smash In Full)
All Time Low
Bullet For My Valentine
The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional (Performing songs from The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most + Fan Favourites)
The Wonder Years
Make Them Suffer
Void Of Vision
Good Things Festival 2018
Tickets on sale 9am Thursday, 30th August
Friday, 7th December
Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne
Saturday, 8th December
Parramatta Park, Sydney
Sunday, 9th December
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane
Original Article: Music Feeds
Cover Image: Sam Jones