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Good Life Festival

Good Life Festival is indisputably Australia’s leading under 18 event. Since its inception in 2010, it has drastically changed the way underage festivals are organized in Australia. In 2010 the event was held at the Shed 4 in Docklands where almost 6000 partygoers attended. In 2011 the event went one step bigger. This time the event was held at the prestigious Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne where almost 12,000 partygoers attended and witnessed such international artists as Steve Aoki, Ian Carey, Static Revenger and Ashley Roberts from the Pussy Cat Dolls.

Good Life Under 18 Music Festival continues to change the landscape of underage events in 2012. According to the recently released teaser video, this time the event will be expanding to Sydney for the first time. And it will host an array of local and international artists. Typically the Good Life Festival is held around the same time period as the Future Music Festival. So can we expect to see such mega artists as Skrillex, The Wombats, Jessie J headlining good Life Festival? We certainly hope so….

Stay tuned for more information :D

Good Life Under 18 Music Festival 2012

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