Groovin' The Moo 2018 Line Up Announcement

Groovin the Moo is back again for another year of epic music, a fact that can't be disputed with an amazing mix of local favourites such as Alex Lahey, Vera Blue and Flight Facilities and international mega stars like Duke Dumont, Amine and Royal Blood. The festival isn't forgetting the little guys either with a Triple J unearthed artist being added to every location throughout the country.

In the words of GTM promoter Steve Halpin,

"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."

Leading the charge is Duke Dumont, who managed to nab the headlining spot with his amazing lot of new releases, the latest of which is 'Inhale' featuring Ebenezer. The mix of Ebenezer's smooth vocals and Duke's upbeat and funky bassline and synth create an amazing track which looks to be set to follow in the footsteps of Duke's previous two UK #1 jits 'Need U (100%)' and Jax Jones collaboration 'I Got U.' As well as this he has achieved massive success in Australia with his summer hit 'Ocean Drive,' which went 3 x Platinum and peaked on the #1 ARIA Club Chart, iTunes Dance Chart and the Hot 100 Airplay Chart, as well as the Top 5 on Shazam, and overall iTunes Chart.

Groovin' The Moo 2018 Line Up

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

Triple J Unearthed Featured Artists

Adrian Eagle (Wayville only)
Split Feed (Maitland only)
Moaning Lisa (Canberra only)
Daniel Aaron (Bendigo only)
Tasha Zappala (Townsville only)
Good Doogs (Bunbury only)

Dates

Friday, 27th April Adelaide Showground, Wayville

Saturday, 28th April Maitland Showground,

Sunday, 29th April University of Canberra, Canberra

Saturday, 5th May Prince of Wales Showground, Bendigo

Sunday, 6th May Townsville Cricket Grounds, Townsville

Saturday, 12th May Hay Park, Bunbury