I know, I know, we already published a review of Groovin’ The Moo in Canberra. You’d think we could have gotten someone to go to the Maitland leg of the festival tour instead of sending two people to the same one, but them’s the breaks. Here’s Jason Strange’s take on the day’s proceedings. You couldn’t
Groovin The Moo 2010
Normally Canberra plays host to the great thinkers of this nation, but this weekend it took a back seat to the great drinkers, as thousands of punters attended Groovin’ The Moo. They turned out in droves (ahthankyou) to witness both international and national bands rock the shit out of the city, which is a tough
It has been a HUGE four weeks for GTM 2010. First a massive line up announcement, then the Maitland show sold out in under a week, NOW in only two weeks the Bendigo show has officially sold out AND with the support of Bunbury City Council and ticket buyers in WA, GTM Bunbury will moove
Indie rockers Vampire Weekend will be performing a series of headline shows across Australia and New Zealand in April/May in addition to their Groovin’ The Moo performances.
That’s right motherfuckers, not only is Kid Koala coming back to scratch up a storm he’s bringing this whole new mindfuck of a band with him. Two turntable-ists and the two members that made Wolfmother good, how could you resist?
Tegan and Sara’s Brisbane and Melbourne shows have sold out. One more performance in each city has since been announced. Click here for details.
(Update:) View Groovin’ The Moo 2011 Line-up here Just when you thought the summer festival season was done and dusted, Groovin’ The Moo organisers have released their official first lineup announcement.
It is official – touring regional music event, Groovin the Moo (GTM) is going from strength to strength, countryside to seaside and expanding far and wide across Australia. Leaping into its sixth year, 2010 will see GTM increase the tour diary tally to include four states and one territory across three huge weekends in May.