Groovin' the Moo

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Groovin The Moo
Genre Australian, Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Dates Late April – Early May
Location(s)

 Australia

Years active 2005–present
Website
www.GTM.net.au

Groovin The Moo is an annual music festival held at various 'regional centres' across Australia during April and May.

History[edit]

The first incarnation of the festival occurred on the 24th of April 2005 at the Gloucester Showgrounds in New South Wales with crowds of over 1400, continuing to Narrandera (NSW Riverina) with crowds exceeding 1800. The following year the festival took place in Maitland, Albury and Darwin.

2007 was a break-through year for the festival, with headlining Australian act Silverchair and successful international act The Black Keys headlining, along with the largely popular Hilltop Hoods, John Butler Trio and You Am I. In 2008 Townsville was added to the tour's circuit, with Bendigo being added the following year.

2010 saw the inclusion of Bunbury and Canberra, with all shows selling out across the country.

In 2014, an Oakbank show was added to the tour and went on to sell out.

Lineups year by year[edit]

As listed on the official website.[1] All acts are Australian unless stated otherwise.

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • In the 2011 Bunbury show. The Wombats and The Holidays pulled out due to commitments overseas. They were replaced by Boy & Bear along with 360 and Pez
  • In 2012 Chiddy Bang withdrew themselves from the lineup. They were replaced by Ball Park Music.
  • In 2014 Action Broson withdrew from the lineup and was replaced by Allday.
  • In 2013 at the Bunbury show during Pez's performance 360 came on stage and performed "The Festival Song"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Groovin' the Moo Past Lineups". Archived from the original on 14 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Chiddy Bang pulled out in Feb 2012 to be replaced by Ballpark Music — Chiddy Bang off the Groovin' the Moo lineup

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