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Do's & Don'ts of Groovin The Moo '14

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Published April 28th 2014


Bring an empty water bottle / sealed water bottle. Ladies you might think its not cool to carry around a water bottle but trust me it is a lifesaver

Fill up or drink at the free water stations during the acts not straight after because there will be a stampede of people dying for a drink after all that jumping up and down / dancing

Dance like there's no tomorrow at Peking Duck (My personal favourite of the night)

If you're going to camp out somewhere for the night try going to Maitland Park or the reserves nearby or at the parking area on Cultivation Road.

Take lots of pics to remember the night with friends and strangers

Every other girl is wearing the exact same thing it's just plain and boring. Top outfits were a guy in a hot dog costume and a guy dressed as a Nun.

Wear sandals/thongs, nice/new shoes. Especially if it has been raining the day before causing most of the moshpit to turn more into a mudpit devouring shoes.
[Helpful tip - Go to Kmart and buy a pair of $4 canvas shoes]

Most importantly DO NOT have intimate relations in the port-a-loos that are covered in mud, spit, vomit, piss and who knows what else. It's already a disgusting place as it is during a muddy festival but to do the deed in that state is the least arousing thing imaginable. Just don't!

There are still a few events that have not sold out this year so check out the official Groovin the Moo website at
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When: 25 April to 10 May 2014
Where: Various locations
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