Breaking: Groovin the Moo

By Portia Hampson

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Good-morning guys and gals. Incase you missed it, Australia’s best regional touring festival Groovin The Moo has dropped their freshest lineup, filled with local legends and a fair few international acts.

This milky lineup consist of hometown rockers, Violent Soho who scored their way into the Hottest 100 five times with: How to Taste (#92), No Shade (#73), So Sentimental (#69), Blanket (#53) and Viceroy (#14). Plus the two talented ladies behind your #2 and #3 of the hottest 100: Amy Shark and Tash Sultana will be producing some succulent tunes at GTM.

To kick off the list of international artist, UK indie marsupials The Wombats are making their way back down under. The band hasn’t been seen here since Falls Festival 2015/16 so they’re set to draw in the crowds with the new tunes the boys have been working on, plus some classic oldies.

Other visitors include, Snakehips, Dillon Francis and our favourite German duo Milky Chance + many many more.

We hope to hear new tunes from hard working artist: Allday, The Jungle Giants and Methyl Ethel at the 13th Annual GTM.

Incase you missed it, here’s the full GTM 2017 line up (in alphabetical order).
Against Me! (USA)
Allday
Amy Shark
Architects (UK)
The Darkness (UK)
Dillon Francis (USA)
George Maple
Hayden James
The Jungle Giants
K-Flay (USA)
L-FRESH The LION
Loyle Carner (UK)
Methyl Ethel
Milky Chance (GER)
Montaigne Northeast Party House
Slumberjack
The Smith Street Band
Snakehips (UK)
Tash Sultana
Thundamentals
Violent Soho
The Wombats (UK)

Touring throughout April and May the festival will kick off in South Australia in a whole new location.

Then sneaking over to Maitland, NSW and Townsville, QLD for the long weekend – tickets go on sale for these dates next Tuesday (February 7th).

Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about Bendigo, Canberra or Bunbury. Tickets for your towns go on sale next Wednesday (February 8th). For more information head over to the official Groovin site for ticket release, dates and any special updates.

Also, here is the GTM playlist you can find on Spotify

We’ll see you there.

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2 comments

  1. […] ‘In The Air’ is definitely one of the grooviest Aussie rap songs of the year so far. I’m excited to see where Erik goes next. You can catch him supporting Midas Gold at Black Bear Lodge in Brisbane on the 17th of February, and see Allday right around the country at Groovin The Moo (whose spectacular line-up dropped this morning and you can read about here.) […]

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