The line-up for Groovin The Moo 2020 has dropped and it’s jam-packed with epic artists including naughties angsty queens The Veronicas and old mate Darude. As well as a bunch of your faves that made it onto the Hottest 100.
It’s gonna be a time.
Australia’s most legend-dairy regional touring festival has pulled out all the stops to bring you the most epic lineup of Aussie and international artist you’ve herd yet. So get ya festival kit ready, folks, because they’ll be trotting around the country in April and May.
GTM has landed some of your Hottest 100 faves like Tones and I, and Mallrat, as well as a bunch more Aussie musos like San Cisco, Hayden James, Ruby Fields, and Slowly Slowly. PLUS you’ll get to bust a move to WAAX, Manu Crook$, Kira Piru, and Dope Lemon.
Gang of Youths are coming back from their new HQ in London for their first major show on home turf since Laneway Festival in 2019 (we miss them so much).
Joining them on the 747 headed Down Under are international acts Channel Tres, YBN Cordae, Maxo Kream, indie-sensation Clairo, AJ Tracey, and cash-me-outside Bhad Bhabie. Not to mention ‘Sandstorm’-whipping Finnish producer, Darude will be turning GTM into a full-on nostalgic rave.
And the throwback’s don’t stop there, home girls The Veronicas are also on the lineup so you can imagine how much our angsty tween selves are sweating while we wait for tickets to drop.
Get yourself hyped and check out te full Groovin The Moo 2020 line-up – in alphabetical order – with the dates and details of each gig below.
Groovin The Moo 2020 line-up
AJ Tracey (UK)
Bhad Bhabie (USA)
Blanco Brown (SUA)
The Cat Empire
Channel Tres (USA)
Gang of Youths
Maxo Cream (USA)
Sugarhill Gang (USA)
Tones And I
YBN Cordae (USA)
with hosts Jawbreakers and Mai
Holy smokes, I am pumped.
Dates & Venues
Friday, April 24
Adelaide Showground – Adelaide (SA)
Saturday, April 25
Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC) – Canberra (ACT)
Sunday, April 26
Hay Park – Bunbury (WA)
Saturday, May 2
Prince of Wales Showgrounds – Bendigo (Vic)
Sunday, May 3
Murray Sports Complex, Townsville Cricket Grounds – Townsville (QLD)
Saturday, May 9
Maitland Showground – Maitland (NSW)
Don’t forget that the list is only bound to get bigger – with the annual triple j Unearthed competition winner and local Fresh Produce acts to be added in the coming months.
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