L-FRESH The LION joins Groovin The Moo 2017
Article originally posted by triple j.
Cow-zat! Australia’s greatest regional touring festival has dropped their line-up today, milking the best local legends, international aces, and a fair few Hottest 100 heroes for a huge bill.
Groovin The Moo will hit the usual co-Moo-nities this April/May and going rural with them will be Violent Soho, Thundamentals, The Smith Street Band, Montaigne and the two ladies behind your #2 and #3 fave songs of 2016: Amy Shark and Tash Sultana!
The Wombats lead a list of overseas visitors that includes US agit-rockers Against Me!, production duo Snakehips, US maverick K-Flay, bangdaddy Dillon Francis, and on the eve of album #2, the return of German twosome Milky Chance.
Allday and L-FRESH The LION will bring the rhymes to the 13th annual GTM; George Maple and Hayden James provide the classy electronic soul while
Jungle Giants and Methyl Ethel should offer a taste of the new music they’ve been respectively working on.
Set to trot around the nation in winter, Groovin The Moo is headed to South Australia first, hitting up a brand new site. It then rolls through Maitland and Townsville (during the public holiday weekend). Tickets for those dates go on sale next Tuesday (7 February).
GTM then travels to Bendigo, Canberra, and Bunbury. Tickets for those stops are available Wednesday 8 February. Check out the run of dates below and Moo-ve your browser to the GTM website for further info.
Groovin The Moo 2017
Friday 28 April – Adelaide Showgrounds, Wayville SA (new venue!)
Saturday 29 April – Maitland Showgrounds, Maitland NSW
Sunday 30 April – Murray Sports Complex, Townsville QLD (Long Weekend, Monday Public Holiday)
Saturday 6 May – Prince of Wales Showground, Bendigo VIC
Sunday 7 May – University of Canberra, Canberra ACT
Saturday 13 May – Hay Park, Bunbury WA
Here’s the full GTM 2017 line-up in alphabetical order:
Against Me! (USA)
The Darkness (UK)
Dillon Francis (USA)
The Jungle Giants
L-FRESH The LION
Loyle Carner (UK)
Milky Chance (GER)
Northeast Party House
The Smith Street Band
The Wombats (UK)