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Sydney Good Life Festival 2013 – Tickets On Sale Tomorrow

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 25, 2013

Good Life Festival has announced that Australia’s biggest under-18s music festival is coming to Sydney for the very first time. Taking place in March at Randwick Racecourse the festival caters exclusively to music fans between the ages of 13 and 17.

Headlined by Swedish DJ AVICII, the rest of the Sydney lineup will be revealed in the coming weeks. Melbourne’s lineup boasts some major names with Steve Aoki, Dizzee Rascal and Rudimental, so hopefully Sydney fans will be treated to a similar bill.

Good Life organisers decided to begin the underage festival to Sydney after learning that over 500 music lovers from NSW made the trip down to Melbourne for last year’s Good Life. The newly announced Sydney Good Life presale tickets have already sold-out. The first release of tickets go on sale tomorrow Saturday, 26th January at 9am. Visit Good Life’s website for more info.

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