Recommended Aussie Band:Tamerlan Empire | Sydney Symphonic Black Metal | Listen

News : Local supports + running orders for Good Things Festival announced

By on November 16, 2018

Destroy All Lines, the touring company behind the upcoming Good Things Festival in December have announced the running orders for all bands performing on the festival in each state, including local support acts. Good Things Festival will make its debut next month in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, taking on the same formula as the now-defunct Soundwave Festival in which the entire festival will travel state to state.

Read further for the full list of running orders.

Good Things Festival currently features headliners The Offspring (performing their multi-platinum selling release ‘Smash’, plus fan favourites) alongside Stone Sour. The line-up also features BabymetalBullet For My Valentine, Northlane, Make Them Suffer, Emmure, Dropkick Murphy’s and many more.

In addition to the already massive lineup, three local acts have been chosen as supports for each state.

Hailing from Melbourne, Stuck Out are the local support act for the Melbourne leg of the festival. After putting in the hard work over the past two years supporting bands such as Real Friends and The Getaway Plan, the five-piece have released their new EP, You Won’t Come Home and a clear vision for the future.

Sydney’s Good Things Festival will be joined by Redhook, the Screaming rap rock electro pop mutants from Sydney fighting against the forces of darkness inside our own heads & doing to genre barriers what Godzilla did to Tokyo. Their latest single, Turn Up The Stereotype has already received airplay on triple j & Unearthed.

Australia’s exciting pop punk group, Stateside will join the Brisbane line up. Over the past year the group have been supporting international acts such as Simple Plan, The Wonder Years, Knuckle Puck, As It Is and were one of the most talked about bands at Bigsound 2018. Their second EP, Naïve released in 2017 tackles topics such as toxic relationships and emotional turmoil.

See below for the full list of running orders.


Anwar is the editor-in-chief of Metal When Anwar isn't busy promoting tours, interviewing bands and reviewing awesome music, he loves to collect metal vinyl and play video games. Follow Metal Obsession on Twitter and Facebook