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The ultimate under 18's party with 3 stages & theme park
The Good Life Festival is the world's largest under 18's festival and it's hitting Brisbane again for its 6th year on Friday 6 March 2015. It's brought to Brisbane by Spotify, Nova FM, V Hits and Coca Cola.
The festival is limited to 13 to 17 year olds so you know they'll be in a secure and safe environment. It's drug and alcohol free.
With 5 fun zones this festival is epic, it's the ultimate teenage day/night out.
This thing is huge. It's got 3 stages, a Theme Park, a Water Park, a Sports Zone and an Outdoor Cinema.
The artists are bigger than big. They've got Avicii, Bliss n Eso, 18 year old DJ Martin Garrix, Dutch DJ Afrojack, and the massive trio combination of Will Sparks vs Timmy Trumpet vs Joel Fletcher. Add to that line up Havana Brown, Dutch house duo BlasterJaxx, Allday, LA-based Carnage, hardstyle legend Frontliner, Sydney's Tigerlily, Some Blonde DJ, Slice n Dice and Uberjak'd. And that's just the stages.
Then you've got the dare devil rides at the Theme Park, the thrills and spills of the waterslides at the Water Park, which by the way has a foam pit and misting tent.
There's a Meet and Greet Booth where guys and girls can meet their favourite TV stars.
When you've had your fill of fun, or just need some time out, there's a Chillout Tent to relax in including a free hair and make up station and Outdoor Cinema.
The official website has heaps of information, competitions, artists and TV personalities who will be appearing including those from Glee and Geordie Shore. It covers details of the festival in each state, merchandise, music, promotions and much more.
General admin tickets are currently $79 but could go up closer to the date. There are also VIP unlimited experience tickets for the ultimate day out.
Good Life prides itself on an impeccable safety record, with strict entry policies ensuring attendees' safety. Parents can rest assured their kids are in safe hands: our 2013 events were highly praised by police, who applauded festival organisers and the behaviour of punters. Measures include ID and bag checks, breathalyser checks, metal detectors and a zero tolerance towards all contraband or alcohol.
Good Life is held at Doomben Racecourse, Nudgee Road, Ascot on Friday 6 March 2015 starting at 3pm.