Festival

Good Day Sunshine 2024

John Butler, The Cat Empire, The Bamboos, Caravãna Sun, Tijuana Cartel, Banjo Lucia

Sat
6 Apr
3 Oceans
Metricup
Event Description
Provided by
Event image for Good Day Sunshine 2024

Good Day Sunshine Festival
Saturday 6th April 2024
3 Oceans Winery, Margaret River
John Butler • The Cat Empire • The Bamboos • Caravãna Sun • Tijuana Cartel • Banjo Lucia

Dust off your favourite dancin' boots, because Good Day Sunshine is dropping the most mind-blowing, absolutely unmissable lineup of the year. Converging on Margaret River's picturesque 3 Oceans Winery on Saturday 6th April 2024 will be the all-star team of John Butler, The Cat Empire, The Bamboos, Caravãna Sun, Tijuana Cartel, and Banjo Lucia. Six of the greatest live acts in the country, all together for one epic day. 

Part of the Macro Music family of events, Good Day Sunshine has become one of the highlights of the WA festival calendar, with previous instalments bringing legends like Leon Bridges, The Teskey Brothers, Xavier Rudd, Eskimo Joe, and Josh Pyke to the southwest. Built on the commandments of good music, good vibes and good behaviour, Good Day Sunshine is one of the most popular cultural events in the region, with 2024 set to break all records.

This year is off to an incredible start. Here Comes The Sun sold out almost immediately (the fastest in 3 Oceans history) and the Teskey Brothers / Waifs January 13 double bill will be sold out by the time you read this. If you missed out on those shows (or simply can't get enough) don't sweat... you've got one more chance to have the time your life. But get in quick! This is the hottest ticket of 2024, so a sell-out is absolutely inevitable.

Check full venue details and Terms and conditions here

Below is an ad that helps pay our bills

Every concert in your pocket 📲
Get personalised Concert Alerts
Access to Whatslively Presales
Add reminders to buy tickets
Customise your concert calendar
Invite friends instantly
Banner image
It's free!
star iconstar iconstar iconstar iconstar icon
TRUSTED BY OVER 100K AUSTRALIANS