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Good Life Festival 2014

Good Life Festival 2014 – Tour Dates & Ticket Information:
Fri 28 Feb – Brisbane | RNA Showgrounds – (More Info)
Mon 3 Mar – Perth | Arena Joondalup – (More Info)
Fri 7 Mar – Melbourne | Flemington Racecourse – (More Info)
Sun 9 Mar – Sydney | Royal Randwick Racecourse – (More Info)

Good Life Festival 2014 Sydney

It’s the biggest under 18s music festival in the cosmos and the number one party for Australia’s underage scene – Good Life Festival is back for 2014!

Since launching in 2010, Good Life has been the hottest festival ticket in town for 13-17 year-old fans, the event selling out every single year. Now Good Life returns for a massive fifth season next February – with two new cities added to the tour, Brisbane and Perth – and a mammoth line-up that’s their biggest one yet!

This year, Good Life has partnered with Spotify to present 12 internationals and a stack of the best Aussie DJs. Good Life prides itself on having an impeccable safety record, with some of the strictest entry policies in the world ensuring attendees’ safety. Parents can rest assured their kids are in safe hands: Sydney’s inaugural 2013 event was highly praised by Police, who applauded festival organisers and the excellent behavior of punters. Measures include ID and bag checks, breathalysers, metal detectors and zero tolerance towards contraband or alcohol.

Leading the pack of killer live sets to hit Good Life is one of the biggest names in music – deadmau5, who drops his latest compilation We Are Friends Vol 2 on Nov 11. He’s joined by the multi-million selling Seattle duo behind global hits “Thrift Shop”, “Can’t Hold Us” and “Same Love”, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. London party starters and “Feel The Love” outfit Rudimental will have you dancing in seconds.

On the DJ set front, they’ve got the names – including the recently crowned #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell. He’s joined by Aussie superstars Knife Party, whose “Internet Friends” became a festival anthem last summer, while American EDM superstar Kaskade is also joining the fun. So too is man of the moment Porter Robinson, while the irresistible Baauer will make you “Harlem Shake” to you just can’t stop. Those pillow-fighting, sovereign land-claiming Swedes Dada Life will leave you grinning from ear to ear, and so too will the beats of 17-year-old Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix, whose track “Animals” dominated the top spot on ARIA’s Club Chart.

Home-grown hero Will Sparks returns to our shores after sold out US and European tours, joining festival fave Timmy Trumpet to support the big name imports. Representing the Aussie hip-hop scene is Sydney MC Kerser, who’ll perform live.

And that’s not all: the acts above are joined by a host of others, including Chuckie, R3HAB, Arty, Toneshifterz, Uberjak’d, Slice N Dice, Will K and many more.

More than eight hours of music over multiple massive stages, Good Life Festival will be THE summer party you don’t want to miss. And there’s more fun to be had than just dancing to killer tunes too: how about FREE carnival rides, a water theme park (hello 50m waterslide and foam pit!), 2 on 2 basketball and dodgeball comps, plus market stalls, chill out zones, a food court with lotsa healthy options and a whole lot more.

With four big shows happening across the nation in Feb/March, if you’re under 18 this summer of music will be scorching – see you there! Tickets are on-sale tomorrow from 6pm local time in each state.

Good Life Festival 2014 – Tour Dates:
Fri 28 Feb – Brisbane | RNA Showgrounds – (More Info)
Mon 3 Mar – Perth | Arena Joondalup – (More Info)
Fri 7 Mar – Melbourne | Flemington Racecourse – (More Info)
Sun 9 Mar – Sydney | Royal Randwick Racecourse – (More Info)

Good Life Festival Tickets:
Tickets on sale nationally from 6pm local time Friday 1 November via www.goodlifefest.com.au

Good Life Festival 2014 - Melbourne

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