Good Times announces new 2021 dates and lineup change

Good Times announces new 2021 dates and lineup change

Cash Savage & The Last Drinks - image by Naomi Lee Beveridge
Words by Kate Streader

The festival has been rescheduled as a result of the current lockdown.

Tocumwal’s new music festival Good Times has announced a date change after being forced to reschedule for the third time due to COVID-19.

The postponement has also resulted in a slight change to the lineup, with Ash Grunwald and Josh Teskey to be replaced by Sam Teskey.

What you need to know

  • Good Times is now happening on September 24 and 25
  • Sam Teskey has replaced Ash Grunwald and Josh Teskey on the lineup
  • There has been no change to the rest of the lineup or the venue

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The new festival from the team behind Strawberry Fields was originally slated to go down in June, though it was postponed to July 30 and 31 when Victoria went into lockdown.

In light of the current lockdown, the festival has now been pushed back to September 24 and 25.

“Our team, artists and the local community are committed to ensuring the Good Times roll in Tocumwal this September,” said co-promoter Tara Benney. “We appreciate everyone’s unwavering patience and support. Hold on to your tickets – every dollar raised goes back to the local community.”

Ticketholders who are unable to attend the festival in September can claim a refund.

Those who are able to make the new dates will be treated to live performances from the likes of Cash Savage & The Last Drinks, BUMPY, Emma Donovan & The PutbacksBenny Walker, Surprise Chef, and loads more across the two day festival.

In lieu of performing at this year’s Good Times, Ash Grunwald and Josh Teskey have signed on to play at next year’s festival.


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Head to the Good Times website for more information.