Since launching in 2010, Good Life has grown to become the largest under 18s music festival in the world. It’s the hottest ticket in town for 13-17-year-old fans with the event selling out each and every year. Good Life takes place in March across 4 cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane – now attracting over 78,000 people each year.
The festival regularly features some of the biggest artists on the planet – from Avicii to A$AP Rocky – which is a rarity for underage fans anywhere on the planet.
Good Life prides itself on having an impeccable safety record, with some of the strictest entry policies in the world ensuring attendees’ safety. Measures include ID and bag checks, breathalysers, metal detectors, sniffer dogs and zero tolerance towards contraband or alcohol.
In addition to more than seven hours of music across multiple stages, each Good Life features a stack of free attractions which include sport activities, carnival rides, cinema screenings, video games, market stalls, chill out zones, a food court with lots of healthy options and a whole lot more.