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Good Life Festival 2013 – Line Up Announcement

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***Update*** – Click the following links to find the latest info!
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***Update*** – Click the following links to find the latest info!
For Full Line up: Click Here
For Full Event Info: Click Here
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Good Life Festival is without a doubt Australia’s, if not the world’s biggest under 18’s music festival. From its humble beginnings at the Shed 4 in Docklands to the mammoth event in 2012, Good Life is setting the standard for all underage events around the country.

In March 2012, over 20,000 kids attended the Flemington Racecourse (in Melbourne) to watch artists such as Skrillex, Steve Angello from the Swedish House Mafia, Tinnie Tempah, Tonic, 360 and Havana Brown perform.

Early rumours indicate that the 2013 show will be even bigger and our friends in Sydney maybe getting its first doze of the Good Life! Full detailed announced on the 15th of December at 2pm! Stay tuned…

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