The Veronicas set at Good Things Sydney turns into chaos as a 'wall of death' breaks out

The Veronicas gig turns into chaos as a ‘wall of death’ breaks out in the crowd at Good Things festival in Sydney

The Veronicas’ set at rock music festival Good Things 2019 turned into chaos in Sydney’s Centennial Park on Saturday afternoon. 

After the pop duo performed a ‘screamo’ version of Untouched to the crowd of heavy metal fans, a ‘wall of death’ broke out as attendees went wild.    

‘Look after each other out there,’ twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso urged from stage.

Rockers: The Veronicas' performance at music festival Good Things 2019 turned into chaos in Sydney's Centennial Park on Saturday afternoon. Pictured: Jessica and Lisa Origliasso on stage

Rockers: The Veronicas’ performance at music festival Good Things 2019 turned into chaos in Sydney’s Centennial Park on Saturday afternoon. Pictured: Jessica and Lisa Origliasso on stage

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. 

Despite being considered a pop act, The Veronicas attracted one of rock festival Good Things’ most lively audiences in Sydney on Saturday. 

While performing track Everything I’m Not, a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people then piling on top of each other.

Be careful: After the pop duo performed a 'screamo' version of Untouched to the crowd of heavy metal fans, a 'wall of death' broke out as attendees went wild

Be careful: After the pop duo performed a 'screamo' version of Untouched to the crowd of heavy metal fans, a 'wall of death' broke out as attendees went wild

Be careful: After the pop duo performed a ‘screamo’ version of Untouched to the crowd of heavy metal fans, a ‘wall of death’ broke out as attendees went wild

Dangerous: 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

Dangerous: 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

A handful struggled to get back on their feet and were briefly trampled, as other festival goers quickly came together to try and lift them up. 

Despite many leaving the performance slightly bruised, The Veronicas’ performance at the rock festival was watched by thousands and massively praised.

‘Still discovering bruises and scratches from The Veronicas wall of death,’ wrote one satisfied fan on social media afterwards. 

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

Trampled: While performing track Everything I'm Not, a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people piling on top of each other

Trampled: While performing track Everything I’m Not, a sudden surge through the crowd led to many fans falling to the ground, with people piling on top of each other

'Look after each other out there,' twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso urged from stage, as many struggled to get back to their feet and required help from other festival goers

‘Look after each other out there,’ twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso urged from stage, as many struggled to get back to their feet and required help from other festival goers 

The sisters reworked many of their songs to fit the heavy line-up, with Jessica switching her usual singing voice for ‘screamo’ vocals.

They were joined on stage by Bert McCracken from band The Used for one song. 

Australian band Parkway Drive headlined the festival, with A Day To Remember, Falling In Reverse, Trivium and Enter Shikari all joining the line-up.  

Good Things 2019 continues in Brisbane’s Showgrounds on December 8  

'We rocked Sydney Good Things today, it was crazy. They managed to fit in two walls of death,' said Lisa (left) after the performance. Pictured: The Veronicas at the ARIAs on November 27

‘We rocked Sydney Good Things today, it was crazy. They managed to fit in two walls of death,’ said Lisa (left) after the performance. Pictured: The Veronicas at the ARIAs on November 27

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