Groovin the Moo Has Announced Its Hefty 2022 Lineup
GTM returns to regional Australia with Peking Duk, Hilltop Hoods, Wolf Alice, Spiderbait and a whole lot of local talent.
March 01, 2022
Dig out those once-a-year novelty gumboots because Groovin the Moo is back after a pandemic-enforced break. Things will look a little different for GTM in 2022, however, with the large-scale touring music festival only heading to three of its regular six stops. But for folks in Maitland, Canberra and Bendigo, get excited — in general, and about the just-dropped lineup.
GTM won't be making the trip to Western Australia, South Australia or Queensland this year, sadly — but it is bringing a heap of new and established talent to New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory and Victoria. On the bill: everyone from Peking Duk, Montaigne, Masked Wolf and Middle Kids through to Hilltop Hoods and Spiderbait, and that's just from the local contingent.
Also doing the rounds: New Zealanders Broods and Chai, Germany's Milky Chance, and Wolf Alice, Thomas Headon, Riton and Snakehips from the UK.
For folks in WA, SA and Queensland, when Groovin the Moo announced in late 2021 that it wouldn't be coming your way this year, it advised that "the whole tour will be back when we can confidently deliver our full quality show". So, cross your fingers for 2023.
Enough talk — here's the full 2022 GTM lineup:
GROOVIN THE MOO 2022 LINEUP:
Mashd N Kutcher
Milky Chance (Ger)
Thomas Headon (UK)
Wolf Alice (UK)
with hosts Dijok and Jawbreakers
GROOVIN THE MOO 2022 DATES & VENUES:
Saturday, April 23 — Maitland Showground, Maitland, NSW
Sunday, April 24 – Exhibition Park, Canberra, ACT
Saturday, April 30 — Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Bendigo, VIC
Tickets for Groovin the Moo will go on sale at 8am AEDT on Thursday, March 3. For more info, go to gtm.net.au.
Top image: Jack Toohey.
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