The Good Things set times are in, see what time Fall Out Boy, Devo, Limp Bizkit and more are playing in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in December 2023.
Good Things Festival have just unveiled set times and a brand new stage, Stage 666, a sinfully spectacular addition to the lineup plus venue maps.
In a bold move to elevate the entertainment stakes at this year’s Good Things Festival, organisers have announced the introduction of a brand new stage – Stage 666. With just two weeks until the festival kicks off, anticipation is building for what promises to be a devilishly good time.
Led by the charismatic MC Dave ‘Higgo’ Higgins, Stage 666 is set to offer a unique blend of entertainment, featuring a karaoke band, circus and freak show performers, and AM/PM DJs. Attendees can expect jaw-dropping acts, including sword swallowing, whip cracking, knife throwing, and fire eating. And for those who appreciate the bizarre, witness a man hanging bowling balls from, well, private parts.
Good Things Festival
Friday 1 December – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (LIC AA 15+)
Saturday 2 December – Centennial Park, Sydney (18+)
Sunday 3 December – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane (LIC AA 15+) SOLD OUT!
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But that’s not all – prepare to be amazed as a contortionist squeezes through impossibly small tennis rackets, and get ready to participate in competitions ranging from karaoke and watermelon eating to air guitar and the world-famous human pinata. It’s a fiesta of oddities and excitement that awaits at Stage 666.
Good Things Festival Set Times and Venue Maps
In other festival news, the Good Things Festival has officially sold out in Brisbane, leaving fans with only the sideshows as a chance to catch their favourite artists. Limited tickets remain for both Melbourne and Sydney, and with sold-out signs imminent, organisers urge fans to secure their tickets without delay.
Headlined by American rock icons Fall Out Boy, the festival boasts a stellar lineup featuring heavyweights like Limp Bizkit, Devo, I Prevail, Bullet for My Valentine, Corey Taylor, Pennywise, Slowly Slowly, Enter Shikari, Behemoth, Sepultura, Taking Back Sunday, and the enigmatic PVRIS, among others.
As the countdown to the festival begins, attendees can now plan their day with the release of the official Good Things Festival maps and timetables. It’s shaping up to be an unforgettable celebration of music and mayhem down under.
Tickets on sale now at http://goodthings.oztix.com.