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Bring Me The Horizon Headline Stacked Good Things 2022 Lineup

After a three year pause – thanks, COVID – the Good Things Festival is back this summer. The touring festival is hitting the east coast for three huge dates in December.

UK faves Bring Me The Horizon are this year’s Good Things headliners. Two years on from the release of their POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR record, Bring Me The Horizon stand tall as one of Britain’s most successful rock exports.

Watch the ‘DiE4u’ music video below

Along with BMTH, Good Things is welcoming US heavy stalwarts Deftones and pop punk kings NOFX, who’re set to perform their 1994 record Punk In Drublic in full. Then there’s return of TISM, who’re reuniting for their first live performances in 19 years. Rumour has it, this will be the only time fans will be able to see the beloved group live.

The lineup also features The Amity Affliction, Japan’s ONE OK ROCK, and JXDN, who will be making his Australian debut. Kisschasy will be performing their 2005 record, United Paper People, in full. GojiraMillencolin and 3OH!3 will also be performing.

3OH!3 – ‘Don’t Trust Me’

Check out the full Good Things Festival lineup below. Tickets are on sale to the general public from 10am AEST on Thursday, 23rd June. Early bird ticket sales kick off at 10am AEST on Tuesday, 21st June through www.goodthingsfestival.com.au.

Good Things Festival 2022

  • BRING ME THE HORIZON
  • DEFTONES
  • NOFX (performing Punk In Drublic in full + other favourites)
  • TISM (exclusive: first shows in 19 years)
  • THE AMITY AFFLICTION
  • GOJIRA
  • ONE OK ROCK
  • 3OH!3
  • BLOOD COMMAND
  • CHASING GHOSTS
  • COSMIC PSYCHOS
  • ELECTRIC CALLBOY
  • FEVER 333
  • JINJER
  • JXDN
  • KISSCHASY (performing United Paper People in full)
  • LACUNA COIL
  • MILLENCOLIN
  • NOVA TWINS
  • POLARIS
  • REDHOOK
  • REGURGITATOR
  • SABATON
  • SLEEPING WITH SIRENS
  • SOULFLY
  • THE STORY SO FAR
  • THORNHILL

Dates and venues

  • Friday, 2nd December – Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (Lic/AA 15+)
  • Saturday, 3rd December – Centennial Park, Sydney (18+)
  • Sunday, 4th December – Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane (Lic/AA 15+)

Related: Tom Morello and Bring Me the Horizon Unite on New Single ‘Let’s Get the Party Started’

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