Weaving its way into six regions around Australia over three consecutive weekends, Groovin the Moo (GTM) throws open the gates for a huge day of country hospitality, incredible music and […]
Weaving its way into six regions around Australia over three consecutive weekends, Groovin the Moo (GTM) throws open the gates for a huge day of country hospitality, incredible music and seriously fun times.
GTM is about the journey, the destination and the experience. There’s plenty to discover on the way to each Moo. Once there you can indulge in what makes GTM and each region so special – our diverse communities and all they have to offer including craftmakers, friendly faces and fresh farm produce.
These elements seamlessly intertwine with our artists and we’re thrilled to drop 29 stitches of the GTM 2018 tapestry.
Please welcome, in alphabetical order;
Alex Lahey | Aminé (USA) | The Amity Affliction
Baker Boy | Ball Park Music | Claptone (GER)
Confidence Man | Cosmo’s Midnight | Dean Lewis
Duke Dumont (UK) | Flight Facilities | Grinspoon
Lady Leshurr (UK) | Mallrat | Ocean Alley
Paul Kelly | Portugal. The Man (USA)
Public Service Broadcasting (UK) | Royal Blood (UK)
Sampa The Great | Skegss | Superduperkyle (USA)
Tkay Maidza | Vera Blue | Winston Surfshirt
With triple j Unearthed, Fresh Produce artists and
Community programs to be announced!
The GTM 2018 line up has something for everyone – There’s a shedload who did very well in the triple j Hottest 100 including Vera Blue (#15 ‘Regular Touch’ #29 ‘Mended’), Baker Boy (#17 ‘Marryuna’), Ball Park Music (#18 ‘Exactly How You Are’), Winston Surfshirt (#27 ‘Be About You’) and a handful who’ve been on tour with GTM in years gone by. Lady Leshurr (UK), Aminé (USA), Duke Dumont (UK) and Claptone (GER) will keep your feet moving. There’ll be epic singalongs with Portugal. The Man (USA), face melting rock from powerhouse duo Royal Blood (UK) and heaps of other artists to experience.
Promoter Steve Halpin of Cattleyard said;
“We’re thrilled with how the line up has come together for GTM 2018. It’s a diverse and exciting range of artists with a treat for every musical tastebud. We can’t wait to head around the country with these artists, and we’ve got more to come with our Fresh Produce and Community programs showcasing what’s on offer from each of our beloved regions.”
triple j Unearthed
Like last year and plenty of years before that, triple j are on the lookout for one artist from each GTM region to add to the 2018 lineup. Past winners include legends like SAFIA, Coda Conduct and Timberwolf and we can’t wait to uncover more gems this year. The competition is open now and all you need to do is have your best tunes up on the triple j Unearthed website by midnight on Sunday 25 February. For more info, head here!
There’ll be heaps of news coming via our socials including details of how you can get involved with your nearest GTM like the Shoot the Moo competition (follow the new @shootthemoo insta page) and the return of the beloved Cattle Crew.
TICKETING GTM 2018 National Pre-sale
Wednesday 31 January 8AM local time – Saturday 3 February 5PM local time (or until allocation is exhausted).
Stay tuned to our insta story (@groovinthemoo) at 5PM tonight for the pre-sale code!
Wayville | Maitland | Canberra tickets on sale
Tuesday 6 February 8AM local time
Bendigo | Townsville | Bunbury tickets on sale
Wednesday 7 February 8AM local time
Tickets are available online via http://www.gtm.net.au or http://www.moshtix.com.au, by phoning 1300 GET TIX (438 849), or at local outlets (visit our website for a full list of outlets in your area).
GTM is a licensed all ages event.
GROOVIN THE MOO 2018 TOUR DIARY
Friday 27 April (School Holidays)
Entry via Leader Street, Wayville, SA
Saturday 28 April
Blomfield St, Maitland, NSW
Sunday 29 April
University of Canberra
Kirinari St, Bruce, ACT
Saturday 5 May
Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showground
42-72 Holmes Rd, Bendigo, VIC
Sunday 6 May (Long Weekend)
Murray Sports Complex – Townsville Cricket Grounds
Mervyn Crossman Dr and Murray Lyons Cres, Annandale, QLD
Saturday 12 May
(off) Parade Road, Bunbury, WA