Good Things Festival announces its return to Melbourne for 2022

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Good Things Festival announces its return to Melbourne for 2022

Good Things 2019 by Jordan Munns

Flemington Racecourse will be filled with leather jackets, heavy boots, and fishnet stockings once more with the festival announcing its return for 2022.

It’s been a wild ride for music festivals over the last couple of years, there’s no doubt. A slew of festivals were forced to cancel their 2020 and 2021 editions, including the relative newbie that knocked our socks off for the last two years prior, Good Things Festival.

Boasting an explosive line-up of Aussie and international acts in both 2018 and 2019, Good Things filled multiple stages for non-stop days of loud, distorted guitars and pounding drumbeats.

Loud, heavy and just fucking awesome, Good Things Festival is back baby, officially returning to ignite mosh pits and more along the east coast.

The key takeaways

  • Good Things Festival is announcing its return in December 2022
  • It will come to Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Centennial Park in Sydney, and Brisbane Showgrounds
  • They’ll announce the full lineup on Wednesday June 15

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Australia’s largest alternative and favourite traveling music festival will return to the Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne on December 2, followed by Sydney’s Centennial Park on December 3 and Brisbane Showgrounds on December 4, with three action-packed days of good times, good music, good friends and, just generally – good things!

While the lineup is yet to be announced (June 15), the festival is sure to deliver a lineup of acts that will make any alternative loving fan weak at the knees.

Past editions have featured the likes of Byron Bay metallers Parkway Drive, Florida rockers A Day To Remember, Violent Soho, pop-punk stalwarts Simple Plan, the legendary Bad Religion, Simple Creatures – with Mark Hoppus (blink-182) and Alex Gaskarth (All Time Low), Australian surf rock royalty Skegss, Australian rock titans Karnivool and Enter Shikari, global pop superstars The Veronicas, as well as The Offspring, Stone Sour, All Time Low, Waax, Ecca Vandal, The Used and Bullet For My Valentine, among many others.

Save the date people.

To be the first to hear about the line-up and to access early bird pre-sales head to the Good Things website.