After teasing a few acts in the last week, the full line-up for Good Things Festival's debut is finally here.
Leading the inaugural bill, heading around Australia's east coast this December, are US heavyweights The Offspring, playing their iconic 1994 album Smash in full, and the Corey Taylor-fronted Stone Sour who toured the country last year in support of their latest LP, Hydrograd.
Also confirmed are All Time Low, Bullet For My Valentine, The Used, BABYMETAL, Dashboard Confessional, Dropkick Murphys, Mayday Parade, The Smith Street Band, Tonight Alive, Northlane and WAAX, just to name a few.
Check out the full line-up below.
Speaking to The Music following the announcement, The Offspring guitarist Noodles said the band can't wait to get back to Australia after five long years.
"That's way too long. We're looking forward to getting back," he said.
While The Offspring have a huge following Down Under, the set will be made even more special by the fact that Australia is one of few countries where Smash reached #1 on the Albums chart.
"I remember when it was happening," Noodles said.
"I remember our first time going to Australia... and it was just incredible the reaction we were getting.
"And I think a lot of that had to do with Epitaph putting our songs in surf videos and also snowboard and skating videos and that was kind of the crowd.
"Before that, it was just punk rock bands and we didn't think we'd have any fans in Australia, it's so far away. And we showed up and it was incredible."
good things festival 2018
The Offspring (playing Smash in full)
All Time Low
Bullet For My Valentine
The Smith Street Band
Dashboard Confessional (performing songs from The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most and fan favourites)
The Wonder Years
Make Them Suffer
Void Of Vision
Melbourne Showgrounds, Ascot Vale
Parramatta Park, Parramatta
Brisbane Showgrounds, Bowen Hills