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Good Things Festival is the latest festival to add The Veronicas

by Paul Cashmere on August 27, 2019

in News

The Veronicas are the act of choice for the upcoming festival season with the punk orientated Good Things Festival being latest event to add the pop band.

The line-up with The Veronicas reads like one of those “spot the odd one out” lists. The sister act is on a bill with Simple Plan, Bad Religion, Enter Shikari, Parkway Drive and A Day To Remember in what can only be described as the “quirky” choice.

Festivals have been using “odd one out” syndrome for ages. Remember the year Big Day Out added Kamahl one year Splendour had Tina Arena. Even John Farnham is popping up at the next season of Falls Festival.

“Odd one out” syndrome certainly gets media attention. Hell, I fell for it.

Good Times line-up 2019

Parkway Drive
A Day To Remember
Violent Soho
Simple Plan
Bad Religion
Trivium
Skegss
Simple Creatures
Karnivool
The Veronicas
Coheed And Cambria
Falling In Reverse
Enter Shikari
Dance Gavin Dance
Reel Big Fish
Poppy
Thy Art Is Murder
Ice Nine Kills
The Damned Things
Slowly Slowly
Man With A Mission
The Bennies
Voyager
Yours Truly
Windwaker
The Beautiful Monument
Gravemind

Good Times dates

Melbourne Flemington Racecourse Friday December 6
Sydney Centennial Park Saturday December 7
Brisbane Showgrounds Sunday December 8

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