Are you in the mood for some Good Things? Well, that’s perfect, because the music festival of the same name has just unleashed its inaugural lineup, and it’s a big one.

Last week, Australians begun to notice a bunch of posters appearing around Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne that promised ‘Good Things’ were coming in December of 2018. Of course, smart money was on the fact that it was promising a music-related event of some sort, but that’s basically all we knew at that point.

Following a few days of guessing, it was confirmed that the Good Things Festival was set to make its debut in December of this year, with events taking place across the country. Following a fake lineup leak, and the confirmation that Boston Manor, Make Them Suffer, Palaye Royale, Northlane, and WAAX were all set to appear, we’ve finally received the full lineup.

Headlining the inaugural Good Things festival is none other than punk legends The Offspring, who will be making the trip down to Australia to perform their breakthrough 1994 record Smash in full. Yep, this is definitely going to be one to write home about.

From there, the international acts just keep on coming, with Stone Sour, All Time Low, Dropkick Murphys, Bullet For My Valentine, The Used, and BABYMETAL joining the bill, as do Dashboard Confessional, who will be performing songs from 2001’s The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most.

Mayday Parade, La Dispute, Emmure, Waterparks, Scarlxrd and The Wonder Years round the international visitors, while The Smith Street Band, Tonight Alive, and Void Of Vision help add in a bit of local flavour, along with some of the already-announced acts.

It’s all set to take place on December 7th, 8th, and 9th in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, so be sure to get up early to grab tickets when they go on sale at 9am on August 30th. With a lineup this good, you can be sure that this is going to be a pretty popular one, so make sure you don’t miss out!

Check out The Offspring’s ‘Come Out And Play (Keep ‘Em Separated)’:

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Good Things Festival 2018 Lineup

The Offspring (Performing Smash In Full)
Stone Sour
All Time Low
Dropkick Murphys
Bullet For My Valentine
The Used
The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional
(Performing songs from The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most + Fan Favourites)
Mayday Parade
La Dispute
The Wonder Years
Tonight Alive
Palaye Royale
Make Them Suffer
Boston Manor
Void Of Vision
Ecca Vandal

Friday, December 7th
Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, December 8th
Parramatta Park, Sydney, NSW

Sunday, December 9th
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane, QLD

Tickets on sale from 9am, Thursday, August 30th, through Oztix

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