Under-18s Good Life Festival Unveils 2016 Dates & Line-up Led By A$AP Rocky

30 November 2015 | 7:00 pm | Staff Writer

A cabal of the globe's hottest up-and-comers will treat Aussie audiences at four events around the country

After seven years of operation, the fine folks at yearly under-18s event Good Life have ensured their faithful fans are not disappointed in 2016, today revealing next year's tour dates and an initial line-up populated with some of the world's hottest up-and-coming artists.

Leading the cabal of Aussie-bound acts is acclaimed rapper A$AP Rocky, bringing his ream of hits along for the ride, with a hugely capable roster to boot including RnB singer-songwriter Jeremih, US artist and producer Dawin, Canadian electronic duo DVBBS, one-time Chris Brown collaborator Deorro, trap legend Marshmello and trance hero Marlo, as well as a yet-to-be-announced DJ superstar, unveiled in January.

Backing up the esteemed headliners will be Aussie legends Will SparksTimmy Trumpet and Joel Fletcher as well as pop chanteuse Havana Brown, Amsterdam hardstyle hero Frontliner and minimalist pioneer Droplex.

In addition to the main-stage sonic smorgasbord, Good Life will host a Geordie Shore House Party, featuring DJ sets from DJ JamGenerik and Some Blonde, as well as guest appearances from cast members Charlotte, Holly, Kyle, Chloe and Nathan. Further, the Incognito Hidden Braces Meet & Greet Stage returns, with up-close-and-personal opportunities available for stars such as Zac Roerig (The Vampire Diaries), Samira Wiley (Orange Is The New Black) and Sean Keenan (Puberty Blues).

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That's not even counting the other entertainment such as the Theme Park, the literal chill-out of the Water Park, the figurative chill-out of The Chillout Zone, the friendly competition of the Sports Zone, the pampering paradise at Dolly's Beauty Bar & Lounge, or the Outdoor Cinema.

With an age limit of 13-17 years old, Good Life prides itself on its safety record, and features security measures such as ID and bag checks, breathalyser checks, metal detectors and a zero-tolerance policy towards contraband.

The 2016 Good Life festival will get rolling from Friday 19 February, when it hits Brisbane Showgrounds. From there, the event heads to Melbourne Park & Hisense Arena on Saturday 20 February, Sydney Showgrounds on Friday 26 February and Claremont Showgrounds, Perth, on 27 February.

Tickets for all events go on sale this Wednesday, 2 December, from 6pm local time. See the event's website for more information.