Groovin the Moo has announced dates and venues for its first full programme since 2019

The 2023 line-up is yet to be announced.

Groovin the Moo has announced their 2023 tour, returning to their full, six-region run.

The festival will kick off at Adelaide Showground on April 21st, before moving to Maitland Showground the following day. Canberra’s Exhibition Park (aka EPIC) will host the festival on April 23rd, followed by Bendigo’s Prince of Wales Showgrounds on April 29th.

Groovin the Moo will forgo their regular Queensland home of Townsville in favour of the Sunshine Coast at Kawana Sports Western Precinct on April 30th, citing “logistical challenges and increased financial pressures”. The festival will wrap up its first full-scale tour of the country since 2019 at Hay Park in Bunbury on May 6th.

Organisers are elated to be bringing back the good times across the country. In a statement, Groovin the Moo’s Steve Halpin said, “We are so happy to be able to do a full tour across the country in 2023. We have missed you terribly, and can’t wait to bring back the good times around the country. Whilst we are very sad not to be returning to Townsville, we look forward to bringing GTM to the Sunshine Coast.”

The 2023 line-up is yet to be announced. Last year’s truncated festival featured the likes of Wolf Alice, Broods, Snakehips, Hilltop Hoods, Lime Cordiale, Middle Kids, Sycco and Hockey Dad.

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