Ocean Grove and Teenage Joans to replace 3OH!3 and jxdn at Good Things 2022

The last-minute lineup changes come just one week out from the event's multi-city run

Organisers of Good Things festival have announced last-minute changes to its 2022 line-up, just one week out from the start of its multi-city run.

Sharing the news yesterday (November 24), organisers revealed that international acts 3OH!3 and jxdn will no longer be performing at the event, citing “circumstances beyond our control”. Both were also set to play sideshows while in the country, which have also now been cancelled.

To replace them, Melbourne band Ocean Grove and Adelaide duo Teenage Joans have been added to the bill, joining previously announced artists Bring Me The Horizon, Deftones, NOFX, TISM, Kisschasy, The Amity AfflictionGojira, One OK Rock and more.


It’s not the festival’s first lineup change of late, with Californian rockers Fever 333 pulling out after both their guitarist and drummer quit the band. Japanese metalcore outfit Paledusk, Perth alt-pop duo Those Who Dream, Melbourne metal band The Gloom In The Corner and You Am I were added to the lineup in their place, as well as To The Grave in Melbourne and Brisbane.

This year’s iteration of Good Things was announced back in June, and will mark the festival’s first run since 2019. The touring event kicks off at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse next Friday (December 2), before heading to Sydney’s Centennial Park the following day, and wrapping up at Brisbane Showgrounds on Sunday December 4.

Set times and maps for each city are now available, with Bring Me The Horizon, Regurgitator and Redhook closing out stages one, three and five, respectively.

Remaining tickets for all three cities can be purchased here.

The updated line-up for Good Things 2022 is:

Bring Me The Horizon
NOFX (performing ‘Punk In Drublic’ in full)
The Amity Affliction
One OK Rock
Blood Command
Chasing Ghosts
Cosmic Psychos
Electric Callboy
Kisschasy (performing ‘United Paper People’ in full)
Lacuna Coil
Nova Twins
Ocean Grove
Sleeping With Sirens
Teenage Joans
The Gloom In The Corner
The Story So Far
Those Who Dream
To The Grave
You Am I


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