Photography: Rebecca Houlden
The traveling metal/punk/rock/alternative music festival, Good Things, took control of Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse (Naarm) on December 1, 2023, uniting tens of thousands for a myriad of unforgettable experiences.
Featuring headline performances by 2000s pop-punk icons Fall Out Boy, the Melbourne event showcased talents from prominent acts including Limp Bizkit, Devo, Bullet For My Valentine, Corey Taylor, Make Them Suffer, Hanabie, Taking Back Sunday, PVRIS, and more.
It was evident that many attendees were eagerly anticipating the performance by Limp Bizkit, with the day’s energy seemingly building up in anticipation of their set. Images and videos on Instagram, with captions like “It’s just one of those days” and “ticked Limp Bizkit off the bucket list,” suggest fans are in for a real treat when Good Things reaches Sydney and Brisbane.
For fans who had patiently awaited Fall Out Boy’s performance for five years (or longer for first-timers), the band delivered without disappointment, presenting a setlist focused on older songs that animated the massive crowd.