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Groovin the Moo 2023: Curating the Best Local Festival for Festivalgoers Across Australia

We are only mere weeks away from Groovin the Moo 2023 and we can’t wait to see both local and international acts take the stage across Australia. This travelling festival has 6 dates this year, allowing Australian music fans to see many of their favourite artists, with genres stretching from rock to rap.

With an impressive history spanning back to 2005, this growing festival has continued to adapt to create the best festival-goer experience possible while keeping the local communities involved. This year, GTM will kick off in Wayville on April 21st before leaving its mark in Maitland, Canberra, Bendigo and the Sunshine Coast before finishing its run in Bunbury on May 6th.

Whether you’re a fan of rock bands, rap or singer-songwriting, Groovin the Moo has something for every music listener. This year’s lineup has yet again an impressive international roster, including, Alt-J, BBNO$, Fatboy Slim, Denzel Curry and Eliza Rose among many others. That being said, GTM has stayed true to its roots, keeping much of the lineup filled with Australian artists such as Amy Shark, Teenage Joans, The Chats and Luude to name a few.

If you would like to see this star-studded lineup for yourself you can check it out here:

Presented nationally by Triple J, this all-ages festival is a must-go if you’re able to attend. While this technically doesn’t have anything to do with the lineup, we love to see the GTM website crediting its art director and graphic designer, in addition to acknowledging its respect for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. When a festival has an evident eye for detail in terms of website design, lineup and graphics before the event, its organization tells you that it will be a great festival experience for live music lovers across the country and we can’t wait for Groovin the Moo to take place this year.

If you still haven’t bought tickets, you better get on it! Each city is selling out fast (Maitland, NSW is 90% sold out at the time this article was written). We love accessibility and so does Groovin the Moo, with General Admission tickets ranging from $137 to $176. This festival’s range in lineup and affordability makes this the ideal event for all festivalgoers alike.

All of Groovin the Moo’s information can be found below.

Purchase tickets for Groovin the Moo 2023 here

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