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Artists at Good Things Festival chose a charity to benefit from Signing Tent

A newly introduced music event called Good Things Festival came to Australia with a point of difference: positivity.

Described on their website as “Something positive;¬†something good, something different”, the music festival released news that selected music artists and acts would take part in a Signing Tent, to help raise money for various charities of the bands choosing. They’d each host half-hour signing sessions for fans who purchase an add-on to their ticket admission price.

For example, Northlane and Void Of Vision chose the White Ribbon Foundation, Tonight Alive¬†selected RSPCA Australia to receive their charitable funds – and Canadian rock band Palaye Royale selected The Australian Children’s Music Foundation from a list of various other causes.

The ACMF greatly appreciates the support of this International Band, and also to the organisers behind Good Things Festival for facilitating.

Excited Palaye Royale fans on Twitter.