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News : Good Things Festival sideshows confirmed, including The Offspring

By on October 18, 2018

Destroy All Lines, the good folks behind the upcoming Good Things Festival, a multi-state music festival in a similar vein to the now defuncted Soundwave Festival has confirmed sideshows to coincide with the debut festival this December.

Adelaide will have their chance to gloat to the rest of Australia as you’ll be getting an exclusive The Offspring sideshow on Wednesday, 5th December at Thebarton Theatre (18+) with special guests Horror My Friend.

On Tuesday, 11th December All Time Low will perform an exclusive sideshow on the Gold Coast at the Coolangatta Hotel (18+) with as of yet announced special guests. On Monday, 10th December Adelaide will get another exclusive sideshow, this time with Dropkick Murphy’s at HQ Complex (18+). On Tuesday, 11th December The Used will perform in Canberra at Molo Live (18+) with special guests.

Melbourne and Sydney will get exclusive sideshows with LA Dispute on Tuesday, 11th December at the Northcote Social Club (18+) and Wednesday 12th December at the Factory Theatre (LIC AA).

Next up is The Wonder Years with special guests Boston Manor performing in Melbourne at Stay Gold (18+) on Thursday, 6th December and then Sydney at Oxford Art Centre (18+) on Monday, 10th December.

All the aforementioned bands will be performing at this year’s debut Good Things Festival, taking place in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Tickets on sale now via

Good Things Festival will feature Stone Sour, Babymetal, Northlane, Bullet For My Valentine and many more!

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


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