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Groovin’ The Moo 2013 Lineup To Drop On January 30

Written by Kiel Egging on January 6, 2013

The much-anticipated lineup for Groovin The Moo 2013 is set to be revealed on Wednesday, January 30.

Organisers posted the picture up top via Instagram and their other social media pages on December 30, featuring a couple of cows and one of the festival’s trademark hoodies with its logo on it.

Update:
Groovin The Moo 2013 lineup has leaked

It also came with the following caption: “Exactly a month until we reveal the #GTM2013 lineup!! Hope you are all having a great break and see you in the Moo Year!”

Already plenty of speculation is going on over who will be playing the country’s premier regional music festival – which was headlined last year by Kaiser Chiefs, Hilltop Hoods, Kimbra and Digitalism. The Maitland Mercury is predicting The Presets, Franz Ferdinand, Tame Impala, Lupe Fiasco, and Biffy Clyro to be among the acts leading the pack in 2013.

Back in November, the dates for 2013 were revealed, with a slight change in the tour schedule this year.

Maitland, NSW will now host the first leg of the tour on Saturday, April 27, followed by Canberra the following day. Bendigo, VIC, and Townsville, QLD – who have held the opening weekend for the last few years – will be next on May 4 and 5 respectively, with the tour finishing off in Bunbury on May 11.

Tickets have once again stayed at $99.90 plus booking fees, keeping the festival as one of the best value music events in the country.

Music Feeds will have full coverage of the 2013 Groovin’ The Moo announcement later this month. Until then, for more information on the event, go to the GTM official website here.

Groovin’ The Moo 2013 – Official Lineup

Alison Wonderland
Alpine
The Amity Affliction
The Bronx (USA)
DZ Deathrays (DJ Set)
Example (UK)
Flume
Frightened Rabbit (UK)
Hungry Kids Of Hungary
The Kooks (UK)
Last Dinosaurs
Matt And Kim (USA)
Midnight Juggernauts
Pez
Regurgitator
Seth Sentry
Shockone
Tame Impala
Tegan And Sara (Canada)
The Temper Trap
They Might Be Giants (USA)
Tuka with Ellesquire
Urthboy
DJ Woody’s Big Phat 90’S Mixtape (UK)
Yacht (USA)
Yolanda Be Cool

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