Good Things 2019: The Veronicas' fans are left 'bleeding and trampled'

Fans of The Veronicas were left ‘bleeding and trampled’ after several ‘walls of death’ broke out during their performances at touring rock festival, Good Things. 

Following appearances in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane over the weekend, many attendees have revealed their shocking injuries on social media.

At rock concerts, a ‘wall of death’ is where the crowd parts down the middle, before each side forcefully charges at the other as the song begins. 

‘I got crushed, couldn’t breathe, almost passed out and ended up in the [medical] tent,’ a fan named ‘AliKatt Brien’ wrote on Facebook after The Veronicas’ performance at Good Things in Melbourne on December 6. 

EXCLUSIVE: The Veronicas' fans were left 'bleeding and trampled' after 'walls of death' broke out during their festival appearances over the weekend. Pictured: Jessica and Lisa Origliasso performing on stage at Brisbane Showgrounds on December 8

EXCLUSIVE: The Veronicas’ fans were left ‘bleeding and trampled’ after ‘walls of death’ broke out during their festival appearances over the weekend. Pictured: Jessica and Lisa Origliasso performing on stage at Brisbane Showgrounds on December 8

Several ‘walls of death’ were planned ahead of time on Facebook groups, with fans agreeing to charge into each other when The Veronicas performed their signature song, Untouched.

‘There was almost a stampede. It was dangerous, but people, thankfully as always, helped everyone up,’ festivalgoer Cassandra Rose, 18, told Daily Mail Australia, after she was left with a bleeding knee at Melbourne’s Good Things.

She continued: ‘Wall of deaths are usually fine from my experience, but there was far too many inexperienced people who didn’t really know [mosh] pit rules and norms, due to popularity of the Facebook event.’ 

Be careful: At rock concerts, a 'wall of death' is where the crowd parts down the middle, before each side then forcefully charges at each other as the song begins. Pictured: The Veronicas' crowd at Sydney's Centennial Park on December 7

Be careful: At rock concerts, a 'wall of death' is where the crowd parts down the middle, before each side then forcefully charges at each other as the song begins. Pictured: The Veronicas' crowd at Sydney's Centennial Park on December 7

Be careful: At rock concerts, a ‘wall of death’ is where the crowd parts down the middle, before each side then forcefully charges at each other as the song begins. Pictured: The Veronicas’ crowd at Sydney’s Centennial Park on December 7

'I got crushed, couldn't breath, almost passed out and ended up in the [medical] tent,' wrote fan AliKatt Brien (pictured) to Facebook after watching The Veronicas set during the festival's stop at Melbourne Flemington Racecourse on December 6

‘I got crushed, couldn’t breath, almost passed out and ended up in the [medical] tent,’ wrote fan AliKatt Brien (pictured) to Facebook after watching The Veronicas set during the festival’s stop at Melbourne Flemington Racecourse on December 6

‘I got trampled at the end of Untouched but worth it,’ fan Keenan Perry wrote on Instagram, after attending the festival at Brisbane Showgrounds on December 8. 

‘Still discovering bruises and scratches from the wall of death,’ another spectator with a swollen ankle posted on Instagram after attending the festival at Sydney’s Centennial Park on December 7. 

Nik Singh, who saw The Veronicas perform at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse on December 6, added: ‘I took one serious smack to the face and nearly got knocked out.’

Mr Singh then thanked a stranger for ‘pulling him from the carnage’.

'There was almost a stampede. It was dangerous,' fan Cassandra Rose (right) tells Daily Mail Australia, after she was left with a bleeding knee at the Melbourne show

‘There was almost a stampede. It was dangerous,’ fan Cassandra Rose (right) tells Daily Mail Australia, after she was left with a bleeding knee at the Melbourne show 

'Still discovering bruises and scratched from the wall of death,' wrote another fan to Instagram after attending the Sydney gig, while also sharing a picture of their swollen ankle

‘Still discovering bruises and scratched from the wall of death,’ wrote another fan to Instagram after attending the Sydney gig, while also sharing a picture of their swollen ankle

Many other fans have shared their accounts on social media, telling how they were ‘knocked down’, ‘injured’ and left ‘requiring first aid’.

However, the majority of festivalgoers said they had ‘no regrets’ and praised The Veronicas for their energetic performances. 

In Sydney, a sudden surge through the crowd resulted in many fans falling to the ground before others piled on top of them.

Some attendees struggled to get back on their feet and were briefly trampled on, but others were there to help lift them up.

Despite being considered a pop act, The Veronicas were popular performers at Good Things in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane over the weekend.

'I took one serious smack to the face,' wrote attendee Nik Singh to an open Facebook group that had pre-arranged 'walls of death' for each of the festival's three dates

‘I took one serious smack to the face,’ wrote attendee Nik Singh to an open Facebook group that had pre-arranged ‘walls of death’ for each of the festival’s three dates

'People needed first aid': After the Veronicas promoted them to their two million followers, some fans 'needed first aid afterwards' as things descended into chaos

‘People needed first aid’: After the Veronicas promoted them to their two million followers, some fans ‘needed first aid afterwards’ as things descended into chaos 

'I was knocked over': Many more fans have shared their experiences across social media, but do not appear to have any regrets from the lively performance

‘I was knocked over’: Many more fans have shared their experiences across social media, but do not appear to have any regrets from the lively performance 

‘Look after each other out there,’ twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso shouted from the stage as the chaos broke out during the Sydney concert. 

The Veronicas’ have since cashed in on their dangerous festival performances by releasing a limited edition T-shirt about the ‘walls of death’. 

‘I survived the wall of death 2019,’ reads the $30 souvenir T-shirt. 

Taking to Instagram on Saturday night, Lisa said: ‘We rocked Sydney Good Things today, it was crazy. They managed to fit in two walls of death.’ 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted The Veronicas for comment. 

Viral: Cashing in on the dangerous and viral festival performances, The Veronicas' have since released a limited edition t-shirt about 'surviving' the 'walls of death' for $30

Viral: Cashing in on the dangerous and viral festival performances, The Veronicas’ have since released a limited edition t-shirt about ‘surviving’ the ‘walls of death’ for $30

Hardcore: Despite being considered a pop act, The Veronicas attracted one of rock festival Good Things' most lively audiences across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane

Hardcore: Despite being considered a pop act, The Veronicas attracted one of rock festival Good Things' most lively audiences across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane

Hardcore: Despite being considered a pop act, The Veronicas attracted one of rock festival Good Things’ most lively audiences across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane

'Look after each other out there': In Sydney, a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people then piling on top of each other

‘Look after each other out there’: In Sydney, a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people then piling on top of each other

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