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GOOD TIMES FESTIVAL 2021: NEW DATES, NEW ARTIST

You know the drill, no getting down in a lockdown; Good Times has announced the new dates of September 24 & 25, 2021. Third times a charm, we won’t let anything stand in the way of allowing the Good Times to roll!

Unfortunately, Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald can’t make this new date; they have signed on to play Good Times 2022. Never fear, Sam Teskey is here! Josh’s equally talented brother Sam has stepped in to grace the stage, bringing his full band, playing songs from his debut solo album ‘Cycles’.

The rest of the line-up, program and venues will all remain the same, and all donation-based tickets remain valid for the new dates. Refunds will be available for the next seven days for any ticket holders who cannot attend the new dates – ticket holders will be contacted directly with details. Head here for details.

Good Times Festival was created to reinvigorate community spirit in Tocumwal, which alongside several regional areas, has been hit hard due to the pandemic. The intention has always been to boost tourism and visitation to the picturesque township nestled along the Murray. Giving local businesses enough time to plan and purchase supplies was a major consideration for organisers in deciding to postpone.

“Our team, artists and the local community are committed to ensuring the Good Times roll in Tocumwal this September ,” said co-promoter Tara Benney. “We appreciate everyone’s unwavering patience and support. Hold on to your tickets – every dollar raised goes back to the local community.”

Good Times is a new event for the whole family that celebrates live music, art, food, workshops and local delights of this stunning village.

Good Times is brought to you by the team behind Strawberry Fields (which sold out in 60 minutes after announcing their new 2021 date). The team are thrilled to be supporting their hometown of Tocumwal by drawing visitors from Melbourne, regional VIC and NSW to support the regional tourism recovery and bolster local businesses after a challenging year in 2020.

Good Times has been made possible thanks to the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative. All performances will be either free or donation-based, with proceeds going to the local community groups. So come along, give what you can, and have an old fashion GOOD TIME!

Head over to good-times.com.au for further details and tickets.