The two hour drive north of Sydney up to Maitland was bathed in sunshine. Today was going to be a good day for a festival. 1st band, from Newcastle, The Playtapes on the JJJ stage were indie pop rock. With a debut album about to drop, they got the punters grooving early with floating guitar
Groovin The Moo 2011
Nearly fifteen thousand people arrived to the sold out Groovin’ The Moo in Bendigo on Saturday. The sun was out, and both the temperature and spirits where high. Local outfit Oh Pacific and Ipswich act The Redcoats got the day underway on the outside stages, and the crowd continued to grow as winners of the
Set to visit our shores for the seventh time to play the Groovin The Moo festival as well as a few other shows around the country, Norwegian purveyors of amped up electro indie jams Datarock are a band who don’t like to do things in half measures. With their special 10 year anniversary music/video/photo anthology
Norwegian outfit Datarock, set to visit our shores for the seventh time this May to play as part of The Groovin The Moo Festival, have just announced the local supports for the upcoming tour. In Brisbane the band will be joined by Mitzi and Tortoiseshell, while Goldfields are handling the Sydney leg with Wearefans rounding
Groovin the Moo have released maps and set times for this year’s events. Bunbury recently had a line up change, with The Wombats and The Holidays pulling out to play other festivals while Boy & Bear, The Panics, PEZ and 360 were added to the line up as replacements. Here are the Set times and
English indie rock band, The Wombats and Aussie indie pop band The Holidays have pulled out of the final Groovin the Moo show at Bunbury, WA on 14th May. The Wombats have been invited to play at BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, alongside the Foo Fighters, Black Eyed Peas, Lady GaGa, My Chemical Romance and
Bendigo Groovin the Moo tickets will be up for grabs tomorrow morning at 9am. Last week Groovin the Moo promoter’s announced that Bendigo GTM had sold out in record time, but due to incomplete credit card sales, there will be some additional tickets up for grabs. These will be the very last of the Bendigo
According the the Groovin the Moo website, Bendigo, the first event on the GTM tour has Sold Out in record time. Stephen Halpin from Cattleyard Promotions has said:”It’s an amazing result to sell out so quickly and we really appreciate the support. It’s wonderful that everyone is so keen to come back to Bendigo with
Youthful UK indie trio The Wombats are soon to visit the land of the beast that inspired their name, with Groovin’ The Moo shows lined up for this autumn, and now the Scousers have now announced a bunch of their own headline gigs too. The band will play dates in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide
Need to buy your Groovin the Moo 2011 Tickets are on sale! Here are the ticket links for your city. Groovin’ The Moo will hit regional Australia across April/May. Check out the Full Line-up Announcement. Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showground, Saturday 30 April 2011, Bendigo VIC Last Tickets on Sale Now! Murray Sports Complex, Sunday
2010 was a good year for The Drums, what with the Brooklyn band’s self-titled debut album affording them a degree of mainstream exposure to complement their extreme hipster cool. They return to Australia in the autumn for a nine-date jaunt around the island, with five shows as part of the Groovin’ The Moo regional festival.
Groovin’ The Moo will hit regional Australia across April/May. The Full line-up has be announced on muiscfeeds.com.au. THIS year’s Groovin’ the Moo festival has been given a more foreign flavour with acts from America and the UK headlining with Aussie talent. Buy Tickets to Groovin The Moo 2011UPDATE: Bendigo has sold outTownsvilleMaitlandCanberraBunbury Groovin’ the Moo
Groovin’ the Moo 2010 was a great success, hosting 75,000 fabulous music lovers nationally and touring a nothing-short-of-amazing line up that featured the likes of Vampire Weekend, Silverchair, Spoon, Tegan and Sara and Empire Of The Sun across four states and one territory.