It is often overlooked that a good proportion of music festivals in Australia are for the over 18s contingent only, however there's a strong undercurrent of change under way to provide those not yet of age the ability to enjoy live music.
Music producers and festival creators having been kicking goals for under 18s music festival of late, and one of the premier underage festivals Good Life is re-appearing each year, imbibing extra strength each year.
Artists included in 2013's festival include the likes of PSY, Rita Ora, Steve Aoki, Rudimental, Dizzee Rascal, Madeon, and Australian's Havana Brown, Ruby Rose, Bombs Away and the Stafford Brothers. Killer huh?
Considering past shows have had appearances from Skrillex, Steve Aoki (he luvs it m8), Steve Angello, Tinnie Tempah and 360, their ability to pull some of the bigges names in the world is unsurprising, but we're sure it's come from hard work on the behalf of the festival organisers.
Good Life is promoted to the 13 to 17 year-old demographic, and as the Beastie Boys so sagely commented, "You gotta fight for your right to party". Those partying so far include:
Tickets are now on sale and include your general admission and VIP tickets.
- Amy Robinson