Get ready, music-lovers, because more Good Things are on the way, with the festival announcing the dates and venues for its 2019 return.

This time last year, the world of Aussie music was abuzz with the promise of a new festival gracing the scene.

Following a sneaky rollout which included intriguing posters around Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane promising the arrival of “Good Things”, the festival of the same name soon unleashed its debut lineup.

Then in December, the festival kicked off its inaugural run, with bands like The Offspring, All Time Low, Babymetal, Bullet For My Valentine, and much more delivering stunning sets to eager punters across the country.

Of course, with such a successful first year, fans were undoubtedly eager to learn whether or not the festival would return for a second year, of if all Good Things were about to come to and end.

Thankfully, organisers have today announced that Good Things will indeed be returning for a second year, revealing the dates and venues for the upcoming event.

Taking place on the first weekend of December, this year will see the festival kicking off at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse, wrapping up at the Brisbane Showgrounds, and debuting its new location of Sydney’s Centennial Park right in the middle of things.

Of course, the next question that needs to be asked is just who is on the lineup? Well, at this stage we’re not too sure, but the official announcement is said to be imminent.

However, considering the litany of stunning acts on the 2018 bill, we’re sure that this year is set to deliver some more of the finest bands you’ll see anywhere. Keep your eyes peeled!

Check out The Offspring at Good Things 2018:

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Good Things Festival 2019

Friday, December 6th
Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday, December 7th
Centennial Park, Sydney, NSW

Sunday, December 8th
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane, QLD

Check out the festival website for more info

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