Rounding off the festival season is one of my favourite festivals Groovin' the Moo or GTM, back for their 9th year. GTM is bringing out all the stops with a stellar line up of award winning artists. Winter is on its way but why not go out with a bang? With a great selection of international imports and local acts you can expect this year's lineup to be one of the best so far.
Yolanda be Cool with their cult hit "We no speak Americano
Some of incredible artists you can expect to see this year include; FLUME will be a main attraction, this new kid on the block has been breaking records and only released his first EP the hit Sleepless less than a year ago. Also notable are the indie-rockers THE KOOKS, this UK artist renowned for his hip-hop/dance tracks don't miss EXAMPLE and THE TEMPER TRAP fresh from touring the globe and back home for the GTM tour. Just to finish off the compilation of some of my favourites, it is a band that needs no introduction, Perth local boys and psychedelic rockers expect to see TAME IMPALA rocking the crowd.
Set to happen in late April/May GTM will be going off, with all ages but a 16 recommended age look out for your local ticket sales. Also there will be 18 areas for those looking for a refreshing beverage as well as locally sourced produce and food stalls.
The Full Lineup:
Alison Wonderland Alpine The Amity Affliction
The Bronx (USA) DZ Deathrays (DJ Set) Example (UK)
Frightened Rabbit (UK)
Hungry Kids Of Hungary
The Kooks (UK)
Matt And Kim (USA)
Tegan And Sara (Canada)
The Temper Trap
They Might Be Giants (USA)
Tuka with Ellesquire
DJ Woody's Big Phat 90′S Mixtape (UK)
Yolanda Be Cool
So grab your mates, maybe a pair of wellies and head down to your closest paddock this GTM is not to be missed.
Locations and dates are as followed
Saturday, April 27 – Showgrounds, Maitland
Sunday, April 28 – University, Canberra
Saturday, May 4 – Prince of Wales Showground, Bendigo
Sunday, May 5 – Murray Sports Complex – Cricket Grounds, Townsville
Saturday, May 11 – Hay Park, Bunbury