Sydneysiders have turned out in droves – and in some very unusual outfits – for a music festival celebrating rock, grunge, metal and all things punk.
The Good Things Festival kicked off in Centennial Park, in the city’s eastern suburbs on Saturday, with thousands using the opportunity to don some of their wildest clothes.
Headlining acts include British rock band Bring Me the Horizon, Australian metal group The Amity Affliction, Melbourne group Kisschasy and American metal band Deftones.
The festival is for over 18s only in Sydney, while in Brisbane the minimum age is 15, with the event drawing in large crowds of alternative-music loving fans.
The Good Things Festival kicked off in Centennial Park, in the city’s eastern suburbs on Saturday, with thousands using the opportunity to don some of their wildest clothes
A pair of mates are seen wrestling at the Good Things music festival on Saturday evening
One reveller decided to take home her own souvenir after a day out at the alternative music festival
One woman is seen having a go at a cartwheel after the music festival wrapped up in Sydney
Many revellers are expected to wake up with some sore heads on Sunday after a big day out at the festival
One man is seen taking a break from dancing at the Good Things festival in Sydney
One cheeky reveller managed to hitch a ride home in a rubbish bin
Those at Good Things chose to wear some of their more unusual outfits for the occasion
One woman is seen donning an American-themed bikini top at the music event on Saturday
Two mates strike a pose as they gear up for a day at Good Things festival
Most attendees at Good Things took the chance to wear their most grunge-like outfits
One couple are seen making their way into the festival on Saturday
Black appeared to be the most popular colour for the occasion, with most revellers donning their grungiest items.
Some had made their own outfits, while others chose to wear as little as possible for the festival.
Good Things has only been around since 2018 and due to Covid the show had to be cancelled during 2020 and 2021.
With only two years of the event being on, fans were desperate to get tickets with the Melbourne-leg of the festival selling out.
Some other household names in the event’s line up over the years include The Veronicas, Simple Plan, The Offspring and Violent Soho.
Good Things has only been around since 2018 and due to Covid the show had to be cancelled during 2020 and 2021
One attendee is seen with a very unusual hairstyle as he heads into the festival on Saturday
Black seemed to be the most popular colour for the occasion
One reveller donned a pair of denim shorts as Sydney welcomed a warm and sunny day on Saturday
Thousands turned out for the alternative music festival on Saturday
One Good Things attendee wore leg warmers with her outfit
One reveller in a Violent Soho t-shirt turned out for the occasion. The Australian band had played at the festival in 2019
Colourful hair and leather were also in abundance at the Good Things Festival in Sydney
One woman donned an eye-catching outfit as she headed through the festival gates
The Sydney leg of the festival was for those aged 18 and older, while in Brisbane and Melbourne the minimum age was 15
Saturday marked a glorious day for festival-goers with clear skies and temperatures soaring to a warm 23C in Sydney.
Queenslanders heading to Good Things are in for a similarly hot and sunny day on Sunday with the mercury to hit a top of 25C.
The festival comes a week after Canberra hosted the popular music event Spilt Milk.
But with thousands in attendance, those at the festival have since been warned to watch for any symptoms of meningococcal, after one reveller ended up in hospital with the disease.
Common symptoms of the disease include a sudden onset fever, headaches, neck stiffness, joint pain, a red/purple spotty or bruise like rash, irritability to bright light, nausea and vomiting.
One couple turned heads with their unusual outfit – and some very high shoes
One man chose a more light-hearted approach to his outfit, wearing a two-piece set with rubber ducks printed all over it
Thousands of revellers enjoyed a day in the sun dancing to rock, metal and punk music
This reveller was seeing red, choosing an eye-catching red outfit for the occasion
Some took the chance to show off their silly side at the Good Things music festival